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Enjoy our new fun and witty, personal walking tours along sections of San Francisco’s famous, historic 49 MILE SCENIC DRIVE.

Each tour explores a top visitor area starting with the most popular section of the City: Chinatown, Nob Hill, North Beach.

These tours are BASED ON THE AWARD WINNING GUIDEBOOK: Walking San Francisco’s 49 Mile Scenic Drive.

EXPERT GUIDES:
Developed in collaboration with the guidebook’s authors, who are the first people known to have walked the entire 49 Mile Scenic Route—not in one day—in 17 bite-sized neighborhood chunks, one walk at a time. The SF Chronicle called them the foremost authorities on it!

FROM THE AUTHORS:
“Unlike other guides, we have personally visited every site and led hundreds of people along the route. With three years of feedback, we have worked to make these walks an entertaining and informative adventure for visitors and locals.”

FUN, USER-FRIENDLY FEATURES:
Super friendly - and short - snippets of info cover dozens of points-of-interest, stories, and little-known history factoids. Plus fun quizzes!

And if you’ve ever had the frustration of a gps guide “dot on the map” that doesn’t show you which way you’re facing, we’ve solved that! Our clear, arrow, seagull indicator tells you where you’re facing.

Best of all, turn-by-turn notifications, a zoomable map, and a recenter button mean you cannot get lost. (We even help you find the nearest bathroom!)

Enjoy San Francisco to the fullest. Great for locals and visitors.

Free and premium gps-guided tours available

Walking tours along SF’s 49 Mile Scenic Drive include:
* directional gps with turn-by-turn notifications
* quizzes
* historic photos
* dozens of points-of-interest
* stories of heroes and villains
* fun facts
* bathroom locations!
* ~3 miles per urban hike
* hill steepness ratings!
* zoomable maps
* for iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad

Plus, FREE BONUS TOURS including:
1) Urban Ore: MUNI
* A fun ride on the N Judah pointing out historical points of interest and fun stories on the route

2) SF Buried Ships
* Ooo, spooky—stand over the ship graveyards around the City and learn about the sailors who abandoned them, lost cargo, and what archaeologists found
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Image credit (Walk 2):
1. Arnold Genthe [Public domain], https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/7/7b/Chinatownsf-large1.jpg
2. Library of Congress [Public domain], https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:SanFrancisco1851a.jpg
3. Photo by Nancy Wong [CC BY-SA 3.0: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/], https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Protesters_in_front_of_the_International_Hotel.jpg
4. Chadwick, H. D [Public domain], https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Post-and-Grant-Avenue-Look.jpg
5. Michael Holley en:User:Swtpc6800 [Public domain], https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Carol_Doda_Condor_Club_1973.jpg

Image credit (Walk 4):
Contemporary photos © Carolyn Eidson
Historic photos are public domain via US National Archives and Records Administration, U.S. Military Academy Library, Golden Gate National Recreation Area, National Parks Service

1. Non-renewed copyrighted material over 50 yrs old. “Walt Disney and his cartoon creation Mickey Mouse” from National Board of Review for October 1931, Volume VI, Number 8, page 6
2. Korean War photo courtesy of www.goodfreephotos.com
3. Crissy Field Overlook: Paxson Woelber [CC BY-SA 3.0: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/]
4. Golden Gate Bridge Illustration courtesy of Jett Atwood

* Southern Pacific, via http://wx4.org/to/foam/sp/san_fran/3rd/townsend.html
* https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Charlie_Low_photo_holder_(From_August_of_1947).jpg
* https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:San_Francisco_Skyline_with_Embarcadero_Feb_1982.jpg

Urban Ore: MUNI includes content from the San Francisco Historical Society and Long Lost Oakland includes content from East Bay Yesterday.

Urban Ore: MUNI designs by Roberta Morris.

What’s New

Version 1.24

Address user feedback - fix copy errors and make user's selected quiz answer clearer

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
12 Ratings

12 Ratings

KenB90 ,

Fun, Easy, and Educational!

I had a great time using the app. One thing that I love about the app is that it adds an extra layer of fun and excitement to the actual walk. Being a native San Franciscan, I am always amazed at the amount of things I don’t know about the city’s history. This app (along with the book) gives you a lot of fun, cool, and interesting facts about the city that really serve to enhance your journey. Highly recommended!

KayFisch ,

Fantastic app to learn about Sf history and enjoy scenery

This app makes exploring sf AND learning about its interesting history easy and fun. It tells you where to go and at same time gives you interesting tidbits about history of buildings people neighborhoods. If you enjoy strolling soaking in beauty and appreciating historical context of what you are seeing this is your app

DaddyCougar ,

Great way to have fun and learn something new

We checked out a few of the walks and had a really fun time. Not only did we experience all the beauty our City offers but we also got to learn a few things along the way and some of that trivia will now be passed on to friends and visitors. Super fun.

In-App Purchases

Golden Gate Park Walk
See it all! Hidden Trails and Famous Sites
$1.99
SF Chinatown, North Beach Walk
Best of SF: Cable Cars, Nob Hill, Coit Tower
$1.99
SF Presidio Discovery Walk
Great Views! Golden Gate Bridge, Fort, Yoda
$1.99

Information

Seller
AlexandriaMus Inc.
Size
550.8 MB
Category
Travel
Compatibility

Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

Languages

English

Age Rating
17+
Gambling and Contests
Copyright
Price
Free
In-App Purchases
  1. SF Chinatown, North Beach Walk $1.99
  2. Golden Gate Park Walk $1.99
  3. SF Presidio Discovery Walk $1.99

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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