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Golden Gate Promenade (Bay Trail)
​Length: ​4.3 miles (6.9 kilometers), including loop along Mason Street
​Use Type: ​multiuse (pedestrians and cyclists)
​Difficulty: ​easy
Visitors can enjoy the beautiful San Francisco Bay shoreline while running, walking, rollerblading, or biking the Golden Gate Promenade. This popular trail, part of the regional Bay Trail, runs the length of Crissy Field to Fort Point and up to the Golden Gate Bridge. Along the pathway, natural and historic treasures are framed against the San Francisco skyline and the Marin Headlands. Crissy Marsh gives both casual observers and enthusiastic birders an opportunity to enjoy a salt marsh, rich with wildlife. The western end of this trail leads visitors past former airplane hangars that have been repurposed for indoor recreational uses, then up and around old coastal gun batteries, finally ending at the Golden Gate Bridge. Beach access is provided along the length of the trail.
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This information will be updated and expanded for all trails as upgrades are completed and the data is gathered. 
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