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how far f.h yo u.s

is it possible to walk from fishermans wharf to union square with not to much trouble.ie hills

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1. Re: how far f.h yo u.s

there is a slight incline between F. Wharf and North Beach, so it may feel like walking uphill for someone not used to walking much, but it is in no way steep.

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A suggestion for you - walk most of the Barbary Coast Trail. I say most because the first part does sart not far from the wharf but it's a hike at first. If you took a cab to a spot at the top of the hill you would have a nice stroll downhill to the market street area and shopping / union square proximity.

http://www.barbarycoasttrail.org/

Do yourself a favor while you are in north beach stop for a drink at Vesuvio's.

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3. Re: how far f.h yo u.s

San Francisco is a very walkable city, and from fisherman's wharf to Union Square is probably less than 2 miles no matter which way you go. Dead easy and fun, no steep hills.

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