24 October 2015

San Francisco's Potrero Hill, Dogpatch and Mission Bay communities: 24 October 2015

A group of 50 adventurous people did a walk from the Mission District up to Potrero Hill, down to Dogpatch and Mission Bay, and then back to the Mission District.

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In the Mission.
The approximate distance traveled: 7.2 miles. Approximate cumulative elevation gain: 420 feet. 
24th Street in the Mission District. 
In the Mission. 
On Potrero Hill. 
Crossing the 280 Freeway. 
In China Basin. 
This is a graffiti tagger's dream! The building is located on 16th Street. 

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