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Cliff House Walk at Land's End Trail is a 1.3 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near San Francisco, California that offers scenic views and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, trail running, and nature trips and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
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In 1979, after an extensive public process, the GGNRA created a Pet Policy that allowed dogs to be walked off-leash (under voice control) on less than 1% of its land, including: Ocean Beach, Fort Funston, Crissy Field, Baker Beach, Lands End, Fort Mason, and Fort Miley in San Francisco; and Rodeo Beach, Muir Beach, and various trails in Marin. People with dogs often refer to these areas as “heaven on earth.” Dogs Rugged Lands End offers on-leash canine companions a good workout.
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This may be the nicest section of the Coastal Trail inside San Francisco, certainly it is the most popular. Compared to other paths, it is the wide 'safe' trail, higher up and away from the cliffs. A drawback is that it is generally on the crowded side, and a bit short on vantage. It is a big trail and spends much of its time over 14' wide, narrowing in sections to 8' or so. It is like a main circuit cable connecting to everything else in several places. This is especially true of the lower cliff areas for which there are numerous haphazard paths leading down into a large explorable area. There is only one posted trail connector downward which happens to link directly to Lands End Beach. Recognize this important connector by stairs and an iconic 'dogs on leash' posting. At this point the Coast Trail is about 300' higher than the beach, so it is a long descent on stairs. The only intense grade on the Coast Trail is in the very center where it climbs with stairs over a steep section about 100.' Here there is a blocked alternate with a posted danger warning which leads to the cliff edge. These cliffs are 300' straight down to the water. This is a good opportunity to spend time at the extreme cliff edge. It is amazing to me the percentage of people that stick to the Coast Trail. If seclusion is desired, it is easy to achieve by simply taking any of many alternates into the brush. Events have been documented in detail along its course to help one understand where alternates go.The proposed rules, set to be finalized in early 2017, affect a number of areas under the GGNRA’s purview that are popular with both dog owners and professional dog walkers, including Fort Funston, Crissy Field, Ocean Beach, Baker Beach and Lands End. Most notably, the plan prohibits off- and on-leash dogs from most of Ocean Beach.Dogs
Rugged Lands End offers on-leash canine companions a good workout. Bring water and pooper-scooper bags, and be sure to check your pet?s coat for foxtails after your adventure. Please beware: dogs and people have fallen from these headlands and sustained serious injuries (and worse). Leash your pet and observe safety precautions. Click here for the latest advisories regarding pets in the Golden Gate National Parks. All San Francisco residents need to hike the rocky northwest coast of the city at least once. Dogs on leashes are welcome on this 3-mile hike, on which you'll see beautiful views of the rugged California coastline, wildflowers, and possibly some wildlife. Make sure to explore the Sutro Bath ruins, go in the cave by the baths, and check out seal rock. Keep dogs on the path, as there are some steep drop-offs. // 680 Point Lobos Ave. (Lands End),