San Francisco Four Peaks Tour

San Francisco, United States
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180 - 210 minutes(Approx.)
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In the late 19th century, the area known as the Castro marked the end of town. Officially called Eureka Valley, this is where Market Street stopped and cows grazed. A cable car line officially linked it with downtown in 1887 and Irish immigrants built a church and a small community. With the "white flight" of urbanites moving to the suburbs in the 1950s and 60s, the neighborhood fell into disrepair. Over the sixties and seventies, the gay community started to move into the neighborhood and fix up the homes, eventually claiming the neighborhood as their own. We will cover the rich history of this vibrant and colorful neighborhood and climb to four of the surrounding hills of the Eureka Valley. Secret staircases, hidden concrete slides and gardens, the geographical center, and four of the best vistas in the City, will be some of the sites on this walk. Lots of uphills and steep staircases make this a challenging but very rewarding and fun adventure.

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