Daniel Powell 7:02 p.m., Aug. 31
Views of seals, pelicans, and sea lions in their natural habitat
Stroll along one of the most picturesque parts of the San Diego coastline.
This section of the Coast to Crest Trail is the wildest and most interesting
San Dieguito River Park’s (SDRP) planned Coast to Crest Trail when completed will extend some 70 miles from the coast at Del Mar to Volcan Mountain near Julian. Part of the Coast to Crest Trail ...
A walk among the survivors of the Cedar Fire to Eagle Peak
Enjoy a 360-degree view of the San Diego River canyon and its surrounding peaks.
Vegetation, views, and more on this Cuyamaca-area hike
Harper Creek Trail puts on a colorful show!
Views of eastern peaks and Pacific waters await
Bushwhack to the hidden cave.
Stroll through tree-shaded walkways in Mission Valley
Although located in the midst of metropolitan San Diego, this trail segment meanders along a lush wooded watercourse that winds its way to the Pacific Ocean. It is part of the San Diego River Park ...
Shorebirds and chaparral abound at Alpine’s manmade lake.
Loveland Dam, also known as Sweetwater Falls Dam, is a thin arch design of concrete built in 1945. Loveland Reservoir is one of the two manmade lakes made by dams along the Sweetwater River. It ...
See how it grows on the once-scorched Pine Ridge Trail
A hike in the Cuyamacas with views in a wilderness setting.
Begin from any starting point you choose
Lake Jennings is a manmade 9800-acre-foot capacity reservoir owned by the Helix Water District. In 1962 the Helix Irrigation District built Chet Harritt Dam, which forms the reservoir, storing water that is treated and used ...