Jay Allen Sanford 8 p.m., Jan. 28
Cuyamaca is a Spanish corruption of the Kumeyaay phrase “Ekwiiyemak”
An easy stroll around the shores and meadows of this picturesque mountain lake that abounds with alpine plants and wildlife.
Hikers have wide open views of the peak in the aftermath of the Cedar Fire.
In 1907, General Land Office (GLO) survey records note “Mid Peak” as the peak between North and Cuyamaca peaks. It was not until 1970 that “Middle” Peak appeared on forest maps. Middle Peak used to ...
Trail to past tragedy in the Cuyamacas
Hike this year-round trail through chaparral and oak woodland to stunning views and to see a mounted 12-cylinder aircraft engine.
San Diegans outside the bubble.
What’s it like to live in what passes for “the wilds" of San Diego County? Bill Manson finds out.