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Where the Sidewalks End

They wind, twist and turn through Marin and through our hearts. When we grab our bikes or lace up our walking shoes, these are the paths we love to spend time on.

12  Tiburon Bike Path It’s hard to beat the world-class views or the cool bay breezes of the popular waterfront path. It’s plied daily by joggers, moms with strollers, friends, bikers and dog walkers. Start at Blackie’s Pasture for free parking.

13  Cal Park Hill Tunnel Path Since last December, when the Cal Park Hill Tunnel was reopened, bikers and pedestrians are now traveling quickly — and safely — between Larkspur Landing and Andersen Drive in San Rafael. Open from 5 a.m. until 11 p.m., the mile-long path has divided lanes, cell phone reception and security cameras.

14  The Bicentennial Bike Path This path along Richardson Bay in Sausalito isn’t just for bikes; it’s a multiuse path for walkers, runners and dog walkers who appreciate its easy access for exercise and the scenic beauty of Bothin Marsh (the wetlands fronting Mill Valley). The nearby sidewalks and bike lanes through downtown Sausalito offer an “unofficial” extension of the route.

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