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Diamond Heights is a residential neighborhood in southern San Francisco. Within the bounds of the neighborhood is Glen Canyon Park which is a huge natural area that offers plenty of great sights to see and activities to explore. The community is comprised of roughly 2,500 people and it rests on two major hills between Noe Valley and Glen Park. It is a quiet, suburban area with only one main shopping center and commercial street, but is still a pleasant place for living and walking dogs.

San Francisco is known for its unusual climate where the temperature hardly ever dips below the 50s and doesn’t usually go higher than 70 degrees. Because of its location on the San Francisco Bay, the city experiences mild to heavy winds year-round as well. If you decide to take your dog on a walk on a particularly cold or windy day, make sure to take the proper precautions for both of you.

Terrain in Diamond Heights
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Mostly Hilly

The terrain in San Francisco is famously hilly with streets winding around steep inclines. The same holds true for the Diamond Heights area, although it isn’t the most extreme place in the city in terms of elevation. If you begin walking anywhere on the outer edges of the neighborhood, especially in the northern section, you will find yourself at the top of a hill that slowly winds its way down through rows of tightly packed houses.

Though the area is mostly residential, its terrain is very different from much of San Francisco. This is because of Glen Canyon Park, a massive greenway that runs through the neighborhood and has different branches that cut through residential and commercial sections. You aren’t likely to face much foot or street traffic in Diamond Heights and there is only one major shopping center near the middle of the community, but there are still options depending on what you prefer. 

Greenways in Diamond Heights
Neighborhoods in San Francisco have an average of:
16 Greenways
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Diamond Heights is one of the best neighborhoods for finding parks and greenways because of Glen Canyon Park. The park stretches for 70 acres, yet it is all still contained within the bounds of Diamond Heights. It gets its name from the large canyon that runs through its center, making it a popular destination for tourists and nature-lovers looking to explore what San Francisco has to offer.

There is an extensive network of hiking trails that run through the dense forests and green areas in the park, as well as standard park facilities like a recreation center, several athletic fields, and tennis courts. Ease of access to the park shouldn’t be a problem. If you are in the Diamond Heights neighborhood, there is almost always a chunk of the park within a few blocks that you can quickly access by foot. With grassy fields and space to play, your pup will appreciate what the area has to offer. 

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