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  1. The Twin Peaks are two prominent hills with an elevation of about 925 feet (282 m) located near the geographic center of San Francisco, California. The Twin Peaks are the second and third highest mountains in the city; only 928 foot (283 m) Mount Davidson is higher within San Francisco city limits.

  2. Twin Peaks are the tourist attractions spot and situated in the western part of the city San Francisco. Two peaks are adjacent to each other. One can view the entire San Francisco city from the top of peak. Few steps are to be climbed to reach the top.

  3. Jul 15, 2023 · Twin Peaks has a spectacular 360 degree view of San Francisco. Get a local's tips on visiting this cool spot: see what's up there, how to get there, and the best times to go. Put this on your list of top San Francisco sights!

  4. At 922 feet in elevation, Twin Peaks is second only to Mt. Davidson in height, offers spectacular views of the Bay Area, and is a world-famous tourist attraction. Originally called “Los Pechos de la Choca” (Breasts of the Maiden) by early Spanish settlers, these two adjacent peaks provide postcard views and a treasure trove of animal and ...

  5. Discover amazing views of San Francisco and the Bay Area from atop Twin Peaks. A permanent fixture of the city landscape, you get your first glimpse of Twin Peaks towering over the city as you ride across the Bay Bridge.

  6. Jan 28, 2020 · Address 501 Twin Peaks Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94114, USA Phone +1 415-831-2700 Web Visit website They're one of San Francisco's best-known natural landmarks: two towering “twinpeaks that rise above the city, providing spectacular views that stretch across the bay and as far south as the Santa Clara Valley.

  7. Feb 9, 2023 · Today, Twin Peaks is one of the most popular places to take visitors in San Francisco, and of course, one of the stops on the famed 49-Mile Scenic Drive around the city. From almost...

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