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Unlike most California coastal locales, San Francisco Bay was discovered by walkers, not sailors. The bays infamous fog, and its narrow opening had concealed it from passing ships for two centuries when Captain Gaspar de Portolá sighted it on November 4, 1769. The particular discovery site is atop Sweeney Ridge across the capital of scotland - Pacifica. Portolá was, at first, miffed by his discovery while he remarked that his expedition had overshot its intended destination of Monterey Bay. He soon realized, however, that he had discovered among the worlds great natural harbors, and he figured it would be a perfect place for his government to construct another presidio. Portolás discovery aided Captain Ayala, who was then able to sail his San Carlos in to the bay. It was a significant conservation battle to save Sweeney Ridge. The late Congressman Phillip Burton, aided by many San francisco bay area conservationists, succeeded in placing thousand acres from the ridgetop under protection from the Golden Gate National Recreation Area. The ridge is often cloaked in morning fog, and in the afternoon, the wind really kicks up. When its foggy, the coastal scrub and grasslands are bathed inside a strange, sharp light. Sweeney Ridge is especially attractive in spring, when lupine, poppies, cream cups, and goldfields color the slopes. And the view is magnificent: Mt. Tamalpais and Mt. Diablo, the Golden Gate and also the Farallon Islands, plus a large number of communities clustered around the bay.

Unlike most California coastal locales, Bay area Bay was discovered by walkers, not sailors. The bays infamous fog, and it is narrow opening had concealed it from passing ships for 2 centuries when Captain Gaspar de Portolá sighted it on November 4, 1769. The particular discovery site is atop Sweeney Ridge across the town of Pacifica. Portolá was, in the beginning, miffed by his discovery while he realized that his expedition had overshot its intended destination of Monterey Bay. He soon realized, however, that he had discovered among the worlds great natural harbors, and that he figured it would be a perfect place for his government to build another presidio. Portolás discovery aided Captain Ayala, who had been then able to sail his San Carlos in to the bay. It was quite a conservation battle in order to save Sweeney Ridge. The late Congressman Phillip Burton, aided by many Bay Area conservationists, succeeded in placing a thousand acres of the ridgetop under protection of the Golden Gate National Playground. The ridge is often cloaked in morning fog, and in a special afternoon, the wind really kicks up. When its foggy, the coastal scrub and grasslands are bathed inside a strange, sharp light. Sweeney Ridge is particularly attractive in spring, when lupine, poppies, cream cups, and goldfields color the slopes. And also the view is magnificent: Mt. Tamalpais and Mt. Diablo, the Golden Gate and also the Farallon Islands, plus dozens of communities clustered around the bay.

This trail was surprisingly scenic to be so accessible from the city! There have been awesome views of both the bay and also the ocean, Mts Diablo and Tam. From one point, there was a great viewing section of SFO that it had been interesting to look at the planes remove. When woolrich winterjassen climb on to the ridge, the trail is pretty level, and paved in places- looks like it would be great for trail running. We only saw a couple of other people on a weekday afternoon. One thing to note- the fog and cold air rolls in pretty early-bring a jacket if woolrich winterjassen will be in a special afternoon!