|Panoramic Views in California Coastal Areas
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Please scroll horizontally to enjoy the full panoramic view (i.e., click on the horizontal scrollbar near the
bottom of your PC screen and drag the horizontal scrollbar to move horizontally to the right or to the
Spectacular panoramic view of the Golden Gate Bridge, the skyline of San Francisco and the entire San
Francisco Bay as viewed from one of the four Vista Points on Conzelman Road in Marin Headlands
which are mountains just north of the Golden Gate Bridge. This is where you can find the most
impressive spot to view the Golden Gate Bridge. It's so high up that you literally can see for miles. And
to look down, there are turquoise coves and even a Black Sand Beach. There are so much more to see
than just the bridge. It's so beautiful it takes your breath away! This is one place I will want to come
Panoramic view from a Scenic Overlook on Route 46 when we were driving from Paso Robles to
Cambria on our way to the Elephant Seal Rookery on California Highway 1.
Panoramic view of Berkeley and San Francisco Bay as viewed from the Scenic Overlook (Berkeley Bay View Point) on the
hills above the campus of the University of California at Berkeley (UC Berkeley). This Scenic Overlook is located at 1
Centennial Dr, Berkeley, CA 94720. I came here again on the afternoon of May 28, 2016.
Panoramic view of Berkeley and San Francisco Bay as viewed from one of several roadside pull-out scenic
overlooks on Grizzly Peak Blvd which is on the ridgeline of the Berkeley Hills above Berkeley in California.
Grizzly Peak Blvd is a windy curvy road with fantastic panoramic views of the San Francisco Bay. I came up to
this Grizzly Peak Blvd on the afternoon of May 28, 2016. It was a sunny day with no wind and the air is
One can reach Grizzly Peak Blvd by setting the destination of the GPS navigator at either (1) junction of Grizzly
Peak Blvd & Claremont Ave. & Fish Ranch Rd, Oakland 94705 or (2) junction of Grizzly Peak Blvd &
Centennial Drive, Berkeley 94720. There are several roadside pull-out scenic overlooks between these two
junctions to enjoy the spectacular views.
Two more views with slightly different angle on the Twin Peak Park.
Spectacular views of San Francisco and San Francisco Bay as viewed from the Twin Peaks Park at the elevation 922 feet
in the middle of San Francisco. It is located at 501 Twin Peaks Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94114.
We came to the Twin Peaks Park on June 14, 2016 to enjoy the fantastic views.
Please scroll horizontally to enjoy the full panoramic view (i.e., click on the horizontal scrollbar near the bottom of your PC
screen and drag the horizontal scrollbar to move horizontally to the right or to the left).
Panoramic view of rocky coast line with many rocks and stacks near Castle Rock National Wildlife Refuge near Crescent
Panoramic view from one of the hilltops in Coyote Hills Regional Park along eastern shore of San Francisco Bay in Fremont,
California on the late afternoon of April 1, 2018. More details on my tour of Coyote Hills Regional Park are on my web page
Fantastic panoramic view of San Francisco Bay as viewed from Vista Point in Sausalito at northern end of Golden Gate
Panoramic view of Golden Gate Bridge, Golden Gate Straight and Marin Headland as viewed from Golden Gate Overlook in Presidio of San Francisco