These two one of a kind and uninhabited slopes, in excess of 900 feet high, are not, in reality, the most elevated of San Francisco's 43 slopes, a refinement having a place with Mount Davidson, which is 33 feet higher. They do have one of the finest perspectives out finished the city and straight, they're undeveloped, and they're anything but difficult to get to. You can drive toward the north pinnacle stopping zone for fine perspectives and climb along trails over the north and south pinnacles.
The Twin Peaks are the main slopes in San Francisco not to have been worked over and stay in their unique state. The Spaniards called them "Los pechos de la Chola" or the Breasts of the Indian Maiden. Indeed, even on warm days, solid, cool winds blow in from the Pacific, particularly in the late evening. Warm attire is prescribed