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The Sun Trail, traversing the slope opposite. The Dipsea Trail is descending the ravine at the bottom of the photo, heading to cross Muir Woods Road and across the valley on the left.
Dipsea Trail: after a short portion along Walsh Drive, the trail continues at this gate.
Dipsea trail. Some residents put a lot of effort into decorating their borders with the trail. This is just above Marion Avenue, heading up to Hazel Avenue.
Dipsea Trail: after climbing the lowest stairway as far as you can see, you'll round a bend and discover you're only halfway up the first stairway.
The view north from Mt. Davidson towards the city, Twin Peaks (center) and Sutro Tower.
Downtown San Francisco as seen from Twin Peaks.
Point Bonita Lighthouse, Marin Headlands, Golden Gate National Recreation Area
Jack London State Historic Park. Jack London built the first concrete silos on the west coast.
Dipsea Trail junction with the Panoramic Highway.
Dipsea Trail. This highest stairway is cement, with sponsor plaques embedded in each step. It rises from Havel Avenue to Edgewood Avenue.
Dipsea Trail: the corner of Millside Lane and Marion Avenue, just above the Cascade Way stairway.
Dipsea Trail: the first stairway appears quite daunting. It doesn't get any easier for quite a distance.
The 103-foot cross on top of Mt. Davidson. In response to protests and lawsuits, the city divested itself of the cross in 1997, selling a 0.38 acre plot to the highest bidder. The Council of Armenian American Organizations of Northern California won the auction and dedicated to site to the victims of the 1915 Armenian genocide.
The falls as seen with control of exposure time with Ari's nice DSLR camera.
Jack London State Historic Park. View from park summit, near the top of Sonoma Mountain. The fence at the far sides of the photo are opposites sides of the same fence, so this is a bit more than a 180° panorama.
Jack London State Historic Park. Outflow for the pond London had constructed.
Dipsea Trail, one-mile marker for the annual footrace from Mill Valley to Stinson Beach.
Dipsea Trail. At Hazel Avenue, the next stairway is about thirty feet to the left as you're climbing.
Dipsea Trail: the higest portion of the lowest stairway is old rock. Watch your footing!
Panoramic view from Mt. Davidson. The leftmost side is to the northwest; the rightmost side is to the south.
The view south from the north summit of Twin Peaks towards the south summit, with Mt. Davidson centered in the distance.
Looking north out of entrance to Point Bonita Lighthouse. That's a radar tower in the middle distance.
Jack London State Historic Park. Ruins of historic buildings are on the left. London innovated in planting by adopting terracing to reduce erosion and soil degradation.
Jack London State Historic Park. The shallow lake London had built is little more than pond scum late in the year.
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