The place offers nice views and will entertain you to an hour or two if you take a hike from Embarcadero.
About Telegraph Hill
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The way to get to Coit Tower is by crawling up the hilll via car (oops! No parking!) or walk up. A great hike and views to dies for...
If you are from a Midwest town and you are used to flat lands and rolling hills, then try taking a drive down Lombard Street. Driving on a steep hill will take on a whole new meaning.
This is nice climb with some really great views. It also has a lot of history behind it. We enjoyed it
We came here directly after our Alcatraz ferry returned to San Francisco. We walked from sea level to the very top of Telegraph Hill where Coit Tower is located via stairwells. The stairwells practically cut through people's backyards making their way up. We did enter...More
What an an expected surprise. We started out not knowing how many stairs we encountered. This was a good thing because we would not have made the climb. The views and the gardens along the way were beautiful. A fun activity with family.
Enjoyed the view from the top. Parking was very limited and competitive. Finally gave up on getting a parking spot and just snapped a couple of quick pictures.
Crowned with Coit Tower, Telegraph Hill offers spectacular views of the Golden Gate Bridge and San Francisco Bay. We were fortunate in that there were not big crowds during our visit. It is a bit of an uphill hike (by road or stairs) but not...More