Natalie Burdick

Discover San Francisco’s secret POPOS

If you haven’t heard of POPOS, then this is the walk for…

Resolutions for early risers

While San Franciscans were spared the record-low temperatures from the polar vortex…

Explore the heart of the Excelsior with Walk SF

Close to the southernmost reach of San Francisco, nestled beyond Bernal Heights…

Walk SF’s Peak2Peak mixes urban landscapes and open spaces

Think of San Francisco, and a few images consistently leap to mind:…

Recapture the magic of the Summer of Love with Walk SF

Unless you’ve been out of town for the last few months, you…

Summer is the perfect time for a staycation adventure

It’s 65 degrees out, winds are blowing at 21 mph and Sutro…

Explore San Francisco ‘Beyond the Avenues’

During his three-year voyage, Sir Francis Drake and his crew on the…

Make ‘Green Connections’ with Walk SF

As measured by rainfall and reservoir levels, recent rains, a result of…

Bernal Heights and Ice Cream Delights

Today, Bernal Heights retains the feel of a hill-bound village, albeit an…

To combat seasonal sadness, get out and stroll San Francisco

Have you noticed that you’re feeling a bit sad? It might be…

Surveying Central SoMa: A tour of towers, transit and street transformations

Ask anyone which neighborhood in San Francisco is undergoing the greatest and…

Navigating the creeks, canyons and tunnels of the Ridge Trail

In 1969, about 89 percent of children who lived within a mile…

Urban trek showcases all San Francisco has to offer

Type “walk San Francisco” into Google and you’ll find 85,500,000 search results.…

Navigating Chinatown’s key corridors and alleyways

It’s impossible to think about San Francisco without thinking about its iconic…

Trek San Francisco’s lesser known trio of peaks

It’s summer time in San Francisco, which means the weather has turned…

Exploring the transformation of Cesar Chavez Street

Cesar Chavez Street, on the southern edge of the Mission, was once…

Discovering the trees, plants of SF’s southern waterfront

The Dogpatch was once part of Mexico’s 1844 Potrero Nuevo (“new pasture”…

Journey with Walk SF through Mission Bay

If there’s one constant in San Francisco, it’s change. Perhaps no place…

Ring in the new year at San Francisco’s Rooftop

The hustle and bustle of the holidays is finally behind you. And…

Getting (re)Connected with San Francisco locals

Living in the second-most densely populated city in the U.S., you can…