Muir Woods. Crissy Field. Marin Headlands. Lands End. Fort Funston. Muir Beach. Stinson Beach. Point Reyes. Golden Gate Bridge. Cliff House. Ocean Beach. Fort Baker.
Have you been to one or all of these places? They are not only popular with the shorts-wearing-but-very-cold-in-July tourists, they are places that Bay Area residents love.
Now because of a partnership with GreenInfo Network and Transit and Trails, the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy gets us out and into those iconic places more easily. They recently re-launched their website featuring a new map of features and events in this huge recreation area. And with a little help from Transit and Trails, you can easily plan your trip using a car, public transit, a bike, your two feet, or a tour. See the handy “Plan A Trip Here” button when you click on a location? That’s powered by Transit and Trails juice.
We were excited to partner with GreenInfo Network and the Parks Conservancy. Both are leaders at what they do. But we hope that next time we work with them, we can have at least one meeting here:
Photo by Charlotte Fiorito.