Twin Peaks are the two commanding heights in San Francisco, mainly two closely spaced peaks, surrounded by 8-shaped roads. The top-level observation deck here is not covered by dense trees, so you can enjoy 360-degree views of San Francisco from the summit. The bustling San Francisco city view and the entire bay can be seen, especially at night. nice.
If you want to see the panoramic view of San Francisco, go to Twin Peaks
Twin Peaks is actually two hills, is the only natural hill preserved in San Francisco, because the shape of the relationship is also called "the girl's breasts" by the early immigrants of Spain ". Going to Twin Peaks is of course the most convenient for self-driving, and must be prepared for windproof thick clothes. The wind on the hills is very strong. Pay attention to safety when approaching the railings.
But the scenery of Twin Peaks is definitely not to be said. Take a panoramic view of the city of San Francisco, so be sure to watch the San Francisco Day and Night transition when the weather is fine, and it is best to watch the sunset. Of course, if you can't bear the strong wind here, it is recommended to look at the night scene at night to be more charming. See the Golden Gate Bridge in the distant view of the Twin Peaks! Unfortunately, the Golden Gate Bridge was invisible when I went there, but the scenery of San Francisco is unobstructed! Therefore, it has become one of the attractions that many couples like to visit. It is also a romantic journey to enjoy the scenery of San Francisco.
The Twin Peaks are two hills about 270 meters above sea level and the only remaining natural hill in San Francisco. It is very hard to climb the Twin Peaks. You need to wear a lot of clothes to resist strong winds and cold fog, and you have to work hard to climb the steep slope. However, when the weather is fine, you can overlook the entire city of San Francisco and even see the Red Golden Gate Bridge next to the San Francisco Bay. It is a great place to watch the night scene!
Address: 501 Twin Peaks Blvd, SF
Transportation: Take Bus 37 and get off at Twin Peaks.
Opening time: All day
Although the altitude is only 280 meters, Twin Peaks TWIN PEAKS is the highest peak in San Francisco, and can overlook the entire San Francisco 360 degrees without a dead end, bustling city, quiet harbor, San Francisco from different angles.
The best time to visit here is two hours before sunset. When the light is still bright, you can take a beautiful view. As the sunset falls, the sky gradually becomes a scene. When the sun falls into the sea, the climax is not over. I must remember to point the camera at downtown San Francisco. The city against the pink and purple sky is really beautiful!
If you still have time, you may wish to wait until the first time, the night scene is another wonderful!
The Twin Peaks are two hills about 270 meters above sea level. Because of the shape, they were nicknamed "the breasts of Indian girls" by the early Spanish immigrants.
is also the only natural hill
hiking in San Francisco. The peak will inevitably be somewhat difficult and time consuming to recommend driving up
This is the best place to overlook the entire city of San Francisco
even see the Red Golden Gate Bridge next to the San Francisco Bay
is said to be more suitable for viewing the night view
San Francisco Twin Peaks (San Francisco Twin Peaks) These two hills, about 270 meters above sea level, were nicknamed "the breasts of Indian girls" by the early Spanish immigrants because of their shape. They are also the only natural hills preserved in San Francisco. Famous for its 360 degree panoramic view.
San Francisco Twin Peaks These two hills, about 270 meters above sea level, are nicknamed "the breasts of Indian girls" by early Spanish immigrants because of their shape, and are the only natural preserves in San Francisco. The hills are famous for their 360-degree panoramic views. When the weather is fine, you can take a bird's eye view of San Francisco's entire cityscape, or you can find the Red Golden Gate Bridge next to the San Francisco Bay. From downtown San Francisco, along the Market Street to the southwest, you can see the two hills facing the north and south. This is Twin Peaks. The South Peak is 922 feet tall and is the second highest point in San Francisco.