Take a Hike – Secret Stairways of SF’s Sunset District

Moraga Stairway
Take a Hike!
Secret Stairways of the Sunset
Saturday, Sept. 14th, 11am-2pm
San Francisco
Did you know there are over 600 outdoor stairways in San Francisco? With that many to choose from, it’s hard to pick a favorite. But…have you ever walked the colorful tiled stairway in San Francisco’s Sunset District?

Join our guide, “On The Level” Walking Tours’ Marilyn Straka, and up to 20 or more single women and men for a tour of the Sunset’s SECRET Stairways!

Our walk starts with that fabulous stairway and continues up and down a total of 8 neighborhood stairways, including two miles of walking, as we explore the serene Golden Gate Heights neighborhood, and two little-known parks.

Put Joel and Marilyn together and you can be sure we’ll have some laughs; and Marilyn knows San Francisco like no-one else – she’s a veritable fount of interesting, little-known facts she’s always ready to share. On previous hikes, she’s surprised people who have lived here for decades with things they didn’t know about the city.

Post-event email forwarding provided if desired. Bring a picnic lunch. We never leave conversation to chance!

By advance reservation only:
Registered by 9/12: $18
Registered after 9/12: $23
At the event: Not available

Mostly 40’s & 50’s+; All ages welcome!

SF Sunset District meeting place provided to registrants via email, 24 hours prior to the event.

Degree of difficulty: Moderate

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What People Say About Our Hikes:
“Always a pleasure to join your groups. Good people and great facilitation.”

The format was relaxed and easy. I didn’t expect to feel so comfortable.”

“As a hike leader, Joel would be a ’10’ in my book.  Social, prepared, kind, and genuine.”

“Wonderful views. Lots of nice people and good conversation.”

“I had never done anything like this before, so I had no comparison to anything. Mostly, I felt like I was taking a risk and that felt good to me. My expectation was small. I thought… the worst that can happen is that I meet no one and have a great hike. Well, I had a GREAT hike and people were lovely and the weather sent from the Gods. A good day.”

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