1. Seward Street Slides—Play like a kid again on these adult-sized slides hidden away down near Twin Peaks. It’s BYOC (Bring your own cardboard).
2. Mission Cliffs—Rock climbing, yoga classes, and bouldering are available in the largest space to climb in the SF Mission District.
3. Sausalito—Hop on one of the new Dutch-style bicycles at Hotel Palomar San Francisco and cycle over to Sausalito for lunch at Horizons.
4. People in Motion—Monday through Friday at 7:00 am start the morning off with a brisk run down the Embarcadero with Hotel Palomar San Francisco’s management team.
5. Coit Tower Stairs—Take the Filbert Stairs to the top of Telegraph Hill, and see quaint San Francisco cottages that are only accessible on foot via the stairs. Perpendicular gardens lining both sides of the stairs are filled with trees, flowering shrubs, and individual plantings of adjacent occupants.
6. BodyCore—Experience a BodyCore bootcamp class outside to take advantage of the scenic beauty that San Francisco has to offer. Stunning sunrises and sunsets are the backdrop to the unique challenges that San Francisco's stairs and parks offer.
7. Golden Gate Bridge—Walk over the 1.7 mile bridge and check out the breathtaking views of San Francisco.
8. Chrissy Field—Walk along the water and check out the spectacular views of Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz and Angel Island. The Warming Hut is a great spot to grab coffee or a light lunch.
9. San Francisco Architecture Walking Tour—The two hour walking tour with Rick Evans is a great introduction to some of San Francisco's most famous downtown buildings, rooftop gardens, unique open spaces and historic landmarks.
10. Golden Gate Park
—Explore the largest urban park in the world on roller skates. Visit the Japanese Tea Garden, Conservatory of Flowers, The De Young Museum, The Academy of Sciences Museum, and Stow Lake.