Active Tours in San Francisco
San Francisco is buzzing with an energy that keeps residents and visitors alike itching for activity. It’s hard not to catch the exercise bug when you’re here. Whether you’re burning off that holiday cheer or pushing your fitness goals for that New Year’s resolution, there are endless opportunities to experience San Francisco and its neighboring regions through active tours. Here are some ways to stay active while enjoying the Bay Area.
Do you want to explore San Francisco on your own by bike? Unlimited Biking makes it an easy and enjoyable experience. When you rent a bike from Unlimited Biking, a helmet, basket, bike lock, and full-color coded map with key attractions are also included in your rental. Simply choose your bike, pick your route, and get to exploring!
Experience a different way to tour San Francisco with Ace It Bike Tours. Feel the breeze as you bike along the bay and view the city from unexpected angles.
Incredible Adventures is a locally-owned outdoor travel company that specializes in single and multi-day tours from San Francisco to Yosemite National Park, Muir Woods, California's Napa and Sonoma Wine Country, and whitewater rafting on the American River.
Put your legs to the test with Streets of San Francisco Bike Tours + Rentals. Bike across California's most famous landmark, the Golden Gate Bridge, and enjoy picturesque views of parklands, beaches, and the San Francisco skyline. Choose between electric bike tours, city bike tours, and private bike tours through all of the city's well-known neighborhoods.
Make the most of San Francisco's unique geography and history with an urban hiking tour from Urban Hiker SF! You'll get killer views with your workout while you explore the secret stairways, hills, and hiking trails of San Francisco. Whether you've been in San Francisco for 10 minutes, 10 days, or 10 years, you're guaranteed to see something new.
Experience luxury on foot with Wine Country Trekking's complete vacation packages that combine hiking, lodging, food, and wine. Treks are self-guided, allowing you to explore wine country at your own leisure with friends and family. Lodging choices range from luxury boutique hotels to charming country inns, and trails accomodate all levels of hikers.