This may be the shortest Thinkwalk offered, but it will definitely have a long-lasting impact on your view of San Francisco.
You’ll stop by Alamo Square Park, which is actually an outcrop of rock jutting up through a vast dune field. Like all of San Francisco’s bedrock, water will spring up through the fissures, even at the hilltops!
Learn about this phenomenon as you explore the neighborhoods in the vicinity. You’ll find out what areas used to be lakes along Divisadero, springs along Fulton, and ridges along Hayes.
This is a historic nature tour that will give you vast insight into the transformation of San Francisco over the years.
Note: RSVP required.
What to expect
- Explore San Francisco’s natural history during this quick tour of Divisadero, Fulton, and Hayes
- Stop by attractions like Alamo Square Park, San Souci Road House, and Hayes Creek
- Find out what places used to be lakes along Divisadero, springs along Fulton, and ridges along Hayes
- Start really seeing the underlying landscape of San Francisco
About this Activity
|Price||$25.00 per guest|
|Duration / Session||90 min|
If you cancel more than 36 hours ahead, you can apply the full amount to a future ThinkWalk booking within 3 months, or get half refunded. Tours occur rain or shine.