5 Ways to Experience the Golden Gate Bridge

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As one of the most iconic bridges in the world, the Golden Gate Bridge is a must see when visiting San Francisco! Today, the Golden Gate Bridge is the 9th longest suspension bridge in the world!

Spanning over a mile long and 90-feet wide, the iconic San Francisco bridge welcomes bicyclists, pedestrians and vehicles to cross the architectural marvel and revel in the splendor of the surrounding Bay Area!

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The Golden Gate Bridge serves as a vital transportation link between San Francisco and Marin County to the north.

Driving the Golden Gate Bridge

Looking down to the water 200-feet below, the humming of the vehicle tires serenading pedestrians, the typical Bay area wind gusts and San Francisco as a background makes for a unique walking experience along the Golden Gate Bridge!

Walking/Biking the Golden Gate Bridge

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Golden Gate Bridge Vistas

With its enormous size and colorful orange hue, the bridge can be seen from numerous spots around the city and Marin County (north of the bridge).

This beautiful area of rolling hills provides sweeping views of the bridge and the San Francisco skyline.

Golden Gate National Recreation Area

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Cruising the San Francisco Bay

The Golden Gate Ferry offers views of the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz, Angel Island and the San Francisco skyline.

Adventure seekers will find the grandest views of the Golden Gate Bridge and San Francisco skyline from the window of a small plane or helicopter.

Soaring Above the Golden Gate Bridge

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