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Running Angel Island’s five-mile perimeter road gets you expansive, 360-degree views of the San Francisco Bay and its shoreline. Beforehand, start off with an invigorating swim in the protected waters of Ayala Cove, where the ferry docks. If you’re up for it, climb Mount Livermore—without question the best vantage point for views of the bay. You’ll need to catch a ferry to get to Angel Island. While most tourists can be found near Ayala Cove and along the island’s perimeter road, there are also some real adventures to be found on the miles of trails that branch off the road.
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Angel Island is an island in San Francisco Bay. Originally the home of a military installation, the island now offers picturesque views of the San Francisco skyline, the Marin County Headlands and Mount Tamalpais. The entire island is included within Angel Island State Park, administered by…
Awesome for hiking, biking, running, or take the tram around the island. Amazing views! Ferry ⛴ a half block away on Main Street.
Angel Island is in the middle of the San Francisco Bay. You can get there by ferry. It is possible to camp there on weekends. Hiking trails lead to 360 degree view of the San Francisco Bay.
So many areas to explore on this Island in the San Francisco Bay. You can get there by Ferry at Pier 39 or the Ferry Building. I recommend renting bikes on the island, to get around and cover more ground in a few hours. Ride out to Quarry Point with a picnic to enjoy on the private beach with…
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