Enjoy the campus and its surrounding area with a number of themed walks or trails below. Click here for a Stanford campus map that provides estimated travel times when walking. For any walks through buildings, please note that there are restrictions for interior building access due to the pandemic. Please check the website of any department buildings for the most current guidelines and hours.
The two self-guided tours linked here highlight architecture and landscape across campus. Visitors can print a map or use the mobile app, and each tour should take about 60-120 minutes depending on the number of stops and your personal interest. The tour can be completed in half the time on a bike and can be split into shorter segments as well.
This popular recreational area for hiking and jogging is open to the public from approximately sunrise to sunset throughout the year.
This site features over 13 miles of trails on or near campus that are open to leashed dogs. Please be respectful and come prepared with water and garbage bags to cleanup after your pet.
Green is the largest of Stanford’s 20 libraries, housing the Humanities and Social Sciences collections, Special Collections, University Archives, and the extensive Rumsey Map Center.
The Stanford Perimeter Trail is a partnership between Stanford and Palo Alto to create a set of hiking and biking trails connecting recreational areas in the foothills to those in the Palo Alto Baylands.
A self-guiding podcast tour of plants, animals, and science art on the Stanford Campus.
Joining the COVID-19 Memorial Soundwalk is part of a shared communal experience dedicated to remembering those who have been lost to COVID. This walking route is accompanied by a specially selected playlist of music performed by Stanford faculty and student musicians.
The COVID-19 Soundwalk at Stanford Redwood City is a walking route on campus, accompanied by a specially selected playlist of music performed by Stanford faculty and student musicians.
Make the acquaintance of over 400 species representing 150 genera and sixty families – 43,000-plus individual trees growing on campus. These Stanford maps, along with the Noteworthy Trees Map and accompanying descriptions, can be used to create pleasant outings or guided tree walks.
18 themed walks exploring the Stanford campus, 20 local hikes from the Foothills to the Bay.