Twin Peaks Summit
Hill, Scenic Lookout, Trail
100 Christmas Tree Point Rd (at Twin Peaks Blvd)
San Francisco, CA 94114
- The geographic center of the city with an amazing view! As seen on Travel Channels The Layover with Anthony Bourdain.
- Take in Le View. It may convince you that San Francisco is the best city on earth.
- Ignore the usual tourist railing and walk up the lone peak just to the south for stellar and secret views. Steal a kiss or two while youre at it! #vday
- When people come in from out of town, they all want to see the Golden Gate Bridge. Take em here instead. With beautiful views of the cityscape worthy of a Will Pearson photo, theyll forget the rest.
- Most complete & breathtaking view of the city, bridge to bridge. And almost every part of the city from one spot, all except the sunset, but you'd only see fog there anyways. Pano that ess.
- SF Weekly's Best of Winner 2012 - Reader's Poll - BEST VIEW
- View is good
- A must see if you go to San Francisco!!!!
- Great view of the city!
- If you are only going to climb up one, I would suggest the one to your right when standing in middle looking at the city
- Bombing down from Twin Peaks on a bike - The view of the city is stunning, and the ride down is the most fun we've had since grade school.
- Bring a nice THICK jacket!
- Twin Peaks, a sixty-four-acre mix of grassland and coastal scrub, offers 180-degree views that will give you a glimpse of what San Francisco looked like in its natural state prior to development.
- Sunrise is the best time to view the city from here!
- It's windy up here!!
- Great view over San Francisco. Photography by David Thornell http://www.davidthornell.com
- Some of the best views in the city...and free!
- Must check out this amazing view of the city. <3
- Pick a cold clear morning, around 8am. Put a Sigur Ros album on your iPod. Climb to the top of the hill and look around. Feel at peace with the world.
- The vistas from up here are incredible. On days sans fog, one can see from the Golden Gate Bridge all of the way to the other side of the summit.