Natalie Burdick

Join Walk SF on a tour of the Bay Area Ridge Trail. (Courtesy James Gaither/flickr.com/photos/jim-sf)

Navigating the creeks, canyons and tunnels of the Ridge Trail

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

 

Join Walk SF on Sept. 10 for Peak2Peak, a one-of-a-kind urban trek through San Francisco. (Courtesy Erica Mesker)

Urban trek showcases all San Francisco has to offer

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

 

Join Walk San Francisco on a tour of Chinatown, the most densely populated neighborhood was of Manhattan. (Anna Latino/S.F. Examiner file photo)

Navigating Chinatown’s key corridors and alleyways

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

 

Heron’s Head Park on San Francisco’s southern waterfront is home to the Western snowy plover. (Courtesy Western Hemisphere Shorebird Reserve Network)

Discovering the trees, plants of SF’s southern waterfront

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

Heron’s Head Park on San Francisco’s southern waterfront is home to the Western snowy plover. (Courtesy Western Hemisphere Shorebird Reserve Network)
San Francisco's ever-changing Mission Bay neighborhood is rich with history and potential for the future. (Courtesy Todd Quam 2015/District Development)

Journey with Walk SF through Mission Bay

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

San Francisco's ever-changing Mission Bay neighborhood is rich with history and potential for the future. (Courtesy Todd Quam 2015/District Development)
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Getting (re)Connected with San Francisco locals

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

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