Find the SF Crosstown Trail

The SF Crosstown Trail is a 17-mile route connecting San Francisco's neighborhoods, open spaces, and other major trails. It runs from Candlestick Point in the southeast corner of the city to Lands End in the northwest corner. The route is open to both pedestrians and bicyclists, and it connects many parks, business districts, residential areas, and public transit stops.

OuterSpatial is the official mobile app for the SF Crosstown Trail, with current routes, georeferenced Paper Maps, cue sheets, updates on closures, and more available in the app.

To access the SF Crosstown Trail in OuterSpatial, tap on this deep link from your phone: You will be taken directly to the SF Crosstown Trail organization in the app. From there, you can scroll down and open Paper Maps for each section of the app or choose an Outing ("Bike North", "Bike South", Walk North" (Sections 1-5), and "Walk South" (Sections 1-5)). You can also tap on the "Bike the Crosstown Trail", "Hike the Crosstown Trail North", or "Hike the Crosstown Trail South" Featured Content items to see all the individual Outings bundled together for your convenience.

If you're already in OuterSpatial and want to find the SF Crosstown Trail, switch to the Explore tab and type "SF Crosstown Trail" in the search bar at the top.