Urban Parks Guided Tour

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Conservatory of Flowers & Hippie Hill

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Explore the streets of San Francisco!

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Painted Ladies of Alamo Square Park
Starts: 
10am & 1pm
Approx Time: 
3.5-4 hours
Distance: 
11 miles
Level: 
Intermediate
Daily Guided Tour
$55
Adult
/
$35
Child
All-Day Bike Rental Included

Urban Parks Guided Tour

Our city tour is perfect for riders seeking an urban adventure! Our local guide will lead the way on a mostly flat, bike-friendly route that showcases some of San Francisco’s world class urban parks.

The tour includes some of the city’s most popular landmarks including City Hall, Mission Dolores Park, Haight/Ashbury, Golden Gate Park, and the Painted Ladies of Alamo Square. Along the way, you’ll learn about San Francisco’s fascinating history from the 1906 earthquake to the Summer of Love! Finishing up in the trendy Hayes Valley district, you have the option of returning with your guide or continuing the adventure on your own.

This tour departs at 10am and 1pm daily from our 433 Mason Street location. Please arrive 15 minutes early for bike fitting and orientation.

Points of Interest: 
  • San Francisco City Hall
  • Clarion Alley
  • Dolores Park
  • Mission Dolores
  • Duboce Park
  • Conservatory of Flowers
  • Hippie Hill
  • Haight-Ashbury
  • Alamo Square (Painted Ladies)
  • Patricia’s Green
What's Included: 
  • All-day bike rental
  • Guide
  • Helmet
  • Lock
  • Handlebar bag
  • Custom map
  • Bike fitting & orientation
  • Rear rack for bags & purses
Daily Guided Tour
Helmet, Lock & Maps Included
$55
Adult
/
$35
Child

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