San Francisco

San Francisco

Post by qx00.. » Tue, 26 Apr 1994 09:24:53



Quote:
> I am going to be visiting San Francisco soon, and I'd like to
> know where the good running spots are, preferably away from the
> busy city streets, and safe enough for a woman to run alone in
> daylight hours.

> Thanks,

> Melanie

Try Golden Gate Park.  The Presidio is pretty good too.

Kurt Bray                                    

 
 
 

San Francisco

Post by Melannie Hartm » Tue, 26 Apr 1994 12:18:01

I am going to be visiting San Francisco soon, and I'd like to
know where the good running spots are, preferably away from the
busy city streets, and safe enough for a woman to run alone in
daylight hours.

Thanks,

Melannie

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San Francisco

Post by Richard Ottoli » Wed, 27 Apr 1994 04:52:05


Quote:

>I am going to be visiting San Francisco soon, and I'd like to
>know where the good running spots are, preferably away from the
>busy city streets, and safe enough for a woman to run alone in
>daylight hours.

The north shoreline from the Marina to GG bridge is car-free and
very beautiful.
Many tourists run across the GG bridge.
Other parts of the bay and ocean shoreline are easy to run along.

 
 
 

San Francisco

Post by Karl Watana » Thu, 28 Apr 1994 08:21:51


Quote:
>I am going to be visiting San Francisco soon, and I'd like to
>know where the good running spots are, preferably away from the
>busy city streets, and safe enough for a woman to run alone in
>daylight hours.

I like Lake Merced.  It's 4.5 miles and just beautiful.
Golden Gate Park is good also especially Sunday when they
close a major portion of the park from cars.  The Marina green
near the Golden Gate Bridge is a beautiful run but a little windy.

Karl Watanabe