Today we went east, toward to bridge and away from the ocean. We walked over 15,000 steps, went up/down the equivalent of 22 flights of stairs, and encountered a “Closed Trail” sign that had a large notice: “People have fallen to their deaths from this trail. Keep Out!” We didn’t go that way!
The Eagle Point Labyrinth is indeed an actual rock labyrinth that is easily seen (well) from Google Earth. I’m providing a zoomed in view at this link. (Clicking on the link will download the Google Earth .kmz location file. Then simply open the file in the free Google Earth application. You can then explore the whole area in as much detail as you wish.) The labyrinth is built on the flat rock (jetting out into the bay) that is seen in the first two pictures. I can’t wait to get out here with my good camera equipment and shoot like mad.
At the bottom of this post are two maps that indicate the area of our explorations this weekend: all along the northwestern-most ridge of the city at the entrance to the north bay via the Golden Gate Bridge.
This first map shows the big picture. In this map a green square designates the area shown (enlarged) in the next map.
As I mentioned yesterday, the Stutro Bath Ruins fascinate me. They were so very large! I’ll post video from that area tomorrow as well as video from today’s excursion.
- The Golden Gate Bridge in 360 (playingholidays.wordpress.com)