Photos & Multimedia

Anza Trail Image Gallery
Browse photos and images of the Anza Trail in our photo gallery and our Flickr photostream, including waysides, trail signage, events, historic sites, and more.

 

Interactive Anza Trail Map
Visit our partner site, www.AnzaHistoricTrail.org, for dynamic online resources, including customizable trail maps, county guides, and more.

Videos

 

The Anza Expedition, 1775-1776

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Duration:
24 minutes, 30 seconds

Experience the incredible story of the Anza Expedition and the founding of San Francisco.

 

La Expedición de Anza

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Duration:
27 minutes, 1 second

En 1775-76, la expedición de Juan Bautista de Anza viajó unas 2000 kilómetros para fundar el asentamiento de San Francisco.

 

Legacy of a Journey

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4 minutes, 2 seconds

The arrival of the Anza Expedition in 1776 represented the end of a way of life for the American Indians of Alta California.

 

El Legado de un Viaje

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Duration:
4 minutes, 39 seconds

Con respecto a los indígenas de Alta California, la llegada de los colonistas resultó en un cambio profundo en el mundo.

 
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Audio Tour for Imperial County
The Yuha Desert Cultural History Audio Tour, created by the Bureau of Land Management, includes two sites along the Anza Trail: the Juan Bautista de Anza Overlook, and Yuha Well. Either download these audio files to accompany a visit to these sites or to experience a virtual visit.

 

Contact the Park

Mailing Address:

333 Bush Street, Suite 500
San Francisco, CA 94104

Phone:

(415) 623-2343
Details listed are for the San Francisco administrative office of the Anza Trail. The 1,200-mile Anza Trail connects historic, cultural, and recreation sites from Nogales, AZ, to the San Francisco Bay Area that reveal the legacy of our Spanish colonial heritage. To learn more, visit http://www.nps.gov/juba. Each site along the Anza Trail is managed independently. Contact individual sites for hours, directions, and other details.

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