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Play-It-Forward: Walk to Sausalito-10 mile Urban Hike

Saturday, October 12, 2019, 9:30 AM until 4:30 PM
Ferry Building
The Embarcadero
San Francisco, CA  94105
Patricia Carvalho
Volunteer Play-It-Forward
Registration is required
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Members pay for their own charges


.Walk to Sausalito!
Volunteer Event


Join us and make the most of San Francisco's unique geography
by going on a 10 mile urban hike with other AV volunteers! 

This hike gets you killer views with your workout while you explore San Francisco.


Walking at a moderate pace (averaging about 2.5/3.0 miles per hour),
we'll start at the SF Ferry building at the Embarcadero, to Fisherman's Wharf, 
Aquatic Park, Fort Mason, The Palace of Fine Arts, Presidio,
stop to have lunch near the Yoda Fountain at Lucas film headquarters,
on to the San Francisco National Cemetery, Crissy Field,
walk over the Golden Gate Bridge ending in Sausalito
in enough time to have some ice cream
and to take the ferry back to where we started! 
(Total miles 10.6 miles)

Since it's Fleet Weekend, we may catch a glimpse of the Blue Angels, too!

NOTE: This is a timed walk setup for exercise with sightseeing along the way. Although we will stop to have a brown bag lunch, we will not have time to stop into
museums, shops, restaurants along the route.


What to bring:
Brown bag lunch
Comfortable walking shoes/sneakers
Hat/scarf/layers (will be windy on the GG bridge)
Clipper card for ferry back (discount rate with card)
"Can DO" attitude!

If you are interested in finding out more or to register for this event,
please contact us

Friends and family are welcome!
Registration is required.
Find out more about the Play-it-Forward Program

CAUTION: Those participating in this activity are entirely responsible for making decisions related to the safety of the activity as to their personal/medical health. No one at the activity is trained for emergency medical procedures and no doctors, nurses or ambulances are provided on the walks. If you have concerns about whether this activity may pose a risk to your health, Ashby Village assumes that participants have consulted with a medical expert before engaging in this activity.