This is a great place to hike -- lots of choices and levels. Good place to take kids.
Don't miss this hike when in San Diego! I have had the great fortune to travel the world and I still return home with a huge appreciation that Torrey Pines is in my backyard! Enjoy!
I like to call it the Grand Canyon of SD on a mini scale. It is so beautiful with many hiking trails and different level of intensity with amazing ocean views. One of the trails leads down to the beach for a relaxing walk along the water. It cost money to park at the top, I think around $10 which... More
It is a glimpse of the natural Southern California coastline, as before there were landscape architects!
The California coast is gorgeous! This park had numerous hiking trails that stopped at amazing lookout points with great views. You can also hike down to the beach, and at low tide walk along the sand. Very scenic!
This is one of my favorite hiking trails in San Diego. You can hike along the beach and then up the cliff (or vice versa), either way, be mindful of the tide!! There are multiple trails varying in level of difficulty, hiking up the cliffs from the beach is somewhat strenuous, probably moderate. It gets steep in some areas but... More
We parked at the car park at the bottom (I must admit I was shocked at the price - think it was $10) and walked up the hill. You can park at the top as well which we hadn't realised - there is a road that winds it way through the park so if you didn't want to walk up... More
This is our favorite San Diego area beach, because with a little walking you can get away from the crowds. And the cliffs make a spectacular backdrop! Be sure to bring food, as there is nowhere close to buy any.
A nice place to take a walk, which can be as long or short as you want (up to about three hours, the park isn't that big). A selection of trails take you through the cliff top pines or .down onto the beach. The only downside is parking, which at $10 a day seems expensive, or you have to wait... More
The State Reserve is a little crowded--particularly on weekends. The drive to the top is a little dicey, as you have to navigate around cyclists and walkers. But the views are amazing and it's great for birding.
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