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About 5 miles south of Pescadero, bobcats and full-throated coyotes reside discreetly in 2800 acres of dense redwood canyon. From Hwy 1, take Gazos Creek Rd.
Tournaments play San Francisco's lush 18-hole landscape partially shaded by cypress trees beside Lake Merced, while walk-ins are welcome at the adjoining Jack Flemming nine-hole course...
Location-aware smartphone tours ($5 each, $20 unlimited) that use your phone's GPS to trigger the audio – in-depth neighborhood stories, told by colorful local characters.
Leave it to the town that brought you Burning Man and The Exploratorium to make an innocent mini-golf game into a total trip...
This Mission District kitchen lets you experiment with making homemade mozzarella and perfectly pairing artisan cheeses with wine and beer.
Meet red-footed tortoises and blue-tongued skinks at scientific play dates on Saturday nights, and occasional nature discovery day-camps (for kids age 5 and up) in Golden Gate Park, the Presidio and Fort Funston.
The definitive gay gym draws a neighborhood crowd of chatty muscle-Marys and quiet straight gals who appreciate being left alone. Full selection of equipment; packed after work. Notorious steam room...
Soar above the Marin Coast from the Bay Area’s highest peak for spectacular views over Bolinas Lagoon and Point Reyes. But first you have to get yourself to Mt Tamalpais ...
Horse-riding trips to Khentii and jeep trips combining western Mongolia and Tuva in western Siberia.
Testosterone-y daddies prefer this SoMa location to the one in the Castro. It's a vast warehouse space with twice the equipment, a sauna and a steam room. It offers classes from Body Pump to yoga.
Quasi-organized, bargain travel on customized, biodiesel-fueled buses, with built-in berths, that run from San Francisco to points across California and beyond, including Bay Area day tours to Russian River and Santa...
California sea-life expert Kirk Lombard leads guided adventures to secret foraging spots around San Francisco's waterfront, finding urban edibles ranging from bullwhip seaweed to eels under the Golden Gate Bridge.
The journey is the destination with these DJ-equipped party buses bound for Sonoma organic wineries, Treasure Island, the Marin Headlands, and nowhere in particular in the Mission...
Bicycle is the best way to explore Wine Country’s scenic back roads. Bring your own via ferry or bus, or rent one for $30 to $45 per day at Healdsburg’s Spoke Folk .
What would the world's pinkest city be without the world's most outrageous gay film festival? GLBT-themed cinema is showcased at this extravaganza, with two weeks of intensive scheduling - 250 to 300 films in total -...
Volunteer local historians lead nonprofit tours organized by neighborhood and theme: Art Deco Marina, Gold Rush Downtown, Secrets of Fisherman's Wharf, Telegraph Hill Stairway Hike and more.
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