San Francisco Outdoor Adventures For Adrenaline Seekers

San Francisco is the perfect wonderland for adventurers who love outdoor activities. Surfing, hiking, hand-gliding, rock climbing, horseback riding, kayaking, mountain biking, windsurfing, kiteboarding and other fun activities can be experienced by all of those who found themselves in the beautiful, foggy city.

Surfing At Ocean Beach, San Francisco

Surfing At Ocean Beach, San Francisco

Ocean Beach is definitely not a surfing spot for novice and people who are not courageous enough to surf on huge waves that can reach 6 meters during some days. Beginners should go to Santa Cruz, a place with smaller waves and surfing lessons. But the courageous expert surfers will fall in love with Ocean Beach and its waves.

Rock Climbing Glen Canyon, San Francisco

Rock Climbing Glen Canyon, San Francisco

Located in Glen Canyon Park, Glen Canyon is a great rock climbing place for all experience levels. Beginners have many options they can choose from and experienced rock climbers s can enjoy the more challenging spots of Glen Canyon.

Hang Gliding In Fort Funston, San Francisco

Hang Gliding In Fort Funston, San Francisco

Fort Funston is considered one of the best hang gliding places in the world and it is a great destination for those who have prior experience. Novice can get classes outside the city since Fort Funston is too dangerous for them.

Horseback Riding In Fort Funston, San Francisco

Horseback Riding In Fort Funston, San Francisco

Fort Funston is also a great destination for horseback riding. Tourists and locals can enjoy riding on a beach trail that offers amazing views of the ocean where dolphins and sea lions can be spotted easily. Riders can spend a couple of hours enjoying this amazing beach experience.

Stand-up Paddle Boarding At Pier 40, San Francisco

Stand-up Paddle Boarding At Pier 40, San Francisco

Pier 40 is another destination for multiple outdoor adventures and stand-up paddle boarding, or SUP-ing, is one of them. This fun, water activity is a great way to enjoy the warm waters of San Francisco.

Sea Kayaking At Pier 40, San Francisco

Sea Kayaking At Pier 40, San Francisco

Pier 40 is also a place visited by kayakers who want to paddle their way in the San Francisco waters. Lessons are available for those who are not very familiar with the sport and during breaks people can pay a visit to the Navy ships and the houseboats of Mission Creek.

Mountain Biking At Mount Sutro, San Francisco

Mountain Biking At Mount Sutro, San Francisco

The entire Bay Area is great for mountain biking and San Francisco has some wonderful biking trails in Mount Sutro. Even though they are not very well-know, these trails are amazing and they provide great adrenaline rush in the city.

McLaren Park is also a great place for mountain biking. The place hosts the San Francisco Mountain Bike Festival every year and it is a place loved by all the mountain bikers in the city.

Windsurfing At Treasure Island, San Francisco

Windsurfing At Treasure Island, San Francisco

The San Francisco wind makes the city a great destination for windsurfing. Beginners can take classes in Alameda and then they can embark in a very fun adventure.

Kiteboarding In Oyster Point Park, San Francisco

Kiteboarding In Oyster Point Park, San Francisco

Those who find windsurfing boring can try kiteboarding instead. This adrenaline inducing activity is perfect during spring but when the wind is not too strong it can be performed in other seasons as well.

Hiking The Presidio, San Francisco

Hiking The Presidio, San Francisco

The Presidio offers an amazing urban hike that covers anything from coastal buffs to shaded woods and anything in between. Hikers and trekkers can choose from numerous routes that are famous for the amazing views of the city and its surroundings.

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