Ken Harrison 11:30 a.m., Nov. 25
Visit a historic line shack made of rock on the vigorous Bow Willow-Rockhouse Canyon desert loop hike.
Hike where modern California began and Cahuilla Indians died.
Make your way through a lush riparian area and loop back to an overview of a historic spring.
Visit Dog Beach, take a bicycle ride on the Ocean Beach Bike Path to Mission Valley and back, or check out the waves on the pier.
Cascading waterfalls, pools, and an historic three-hinge bridge built in 1913 make this an interesting canyon to explore.
Hike into a lush desert riparian setting with waterfalls, pools, and shady trees.
Cougar Canyon is one of the delights of Coyote Canyon. It has willows, sycamores, and cottonwood trees in a lush riparian oasis where waterfalls cascade into deep pools surrounded by huge boulders and sandy beaches. ...
Colorful walls of metamorphic schist and intrusions of granite and quartz make this an interesting canyon hike.
Camp where the Kumeyaay lived in the Anza-Borrego.
Hike from a Kumeyaay seasonal village site to an elephant tree “forest” and palm groves.
Hike to a rare plant once thought to be the only one in the county.
The elephant tree (Bursera microphylla) is rarely found in the United States. It is found in the Gila Range of Arizona and, more commonly, in Baja California and Sonora, Mexico. For many years it was ...
Hike in a pristine desert wilderness where over 100 ironwood trees are found.
Ironwood Wash and Canyon are not on any map prior to March 11, 2010. That was the date that the U.S. Board on Geographic Names unanimously approved the official naming of this wash and canyon, ...
Hike to Raptor Ridge and see many species of raptors from this viewpoint.
Kumeyaays’ “valley of the eagles” still worthy of the name.
View Kumeyaay rock art, a rock shelter, and bedrock mortars in a cultural preserve.
The Morteros Trail is part of the 4757-acre Little Blair Valley Cultural Preserve that was created in December 2010 in Anza-Borrego Desert State Park. The area was a seasonal home for the Kumeyaay people who ...
A bird’s eye view of Borrego Valley and the surrounding desert and mountains from a mountaintop.
Sunset Mountain takes its name from the last rays of sunshine that enshroud the top with the setting sun. The 3657-foot peak is located south of SR-78 between Pinyon Wash and Harper Canyon. From the ...
Hike along a bubbling creek and beside a towering riparian forest festooned with native grape vines.
The Lower Santa Ysabel Trail, now reserved for hikers and equestrians, takes you beside a lush riparian forest of towering sycamores, willows cottonwoods, and spreading oaks, draped with native grape vines as it travels beside ...
Hike from lake to lake while passing through shady oak woodlands and lush chaparral.
Lake Poway Recreation Area is a convenient starting point since it provides abundant free parking during much of the year. The lake also provides numerous additional recreational opportunities. The hike to Lake Ramona offers a ...
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 ...