Hiking is easily skipped when visiting a city, due to the fact that cities generally don't have places worth trekking. Which is why I wanted to take advantage of one of the many free pleasures SF has to offer. I decided to check out Land's End this past weekend. Exactly how the name implies, it is where the land ends. To my surprise, It wasn't a typical beach like environment at all which was nice. San Francisco is known for its uneven terrain and upon viewing what this trail had to offer I got to see first hand where it all collides. Standing on the rocky beach it felt like a constant fight between water and earth. It wasn't calming or peaceful, but more uplifting. There was an unequivocal energy of the landscape which made the entire environment feel alive, including myself. Ending the first leg of my hike on Mile Rock Beach was refreshing and made the walk back feel like a breeze.