Shelli DeRobertis 2 p.m., July 30
Follow the Santa Margarita River Trail
The Santa Margarita River Trails are managed by the newly merged Live Oak Coalition and the Fallbrook Trails Council. Through an agreement with the Fallbrook Public Utility District, which owns the property, the nonprofit group ...
Follow an old jeep trail into a wilderness area with spectacular views
Wilson Trail and Peak were named for the rancher, Alfred Wilson, who ran cattle in this area in the first half of the 20th Century. The Wilson Trail goes southeast along Pinyon Ridge for several ...
Expect showy displays of wildflowers on Jasper Trail
Hike the transition from high to low desert on this historic cattleman’s trail.
Otay Valley Regional Park Loop features ponds, rare flora, and lots of options
Natives populated Otay Valley 9000 years ago.
Stonewall to Upper Green Valley offers a beautiful and comprehensive perspective
This hike offers an opportunity to experience the beauty and diversity of the Cuyamaca Mountains. The loop travels along Cold Stream Creek under shady, ancient oaks with the sound of water gently flowing over rocks, ...
Hike the San Dieguito River Park courtesy of the Dust Devils
Bird watching and scenic views of seasonal ponds are highlights.
A strenuous climb up unique Sycuan Peak
Put on your sturdiest boots and enjoy this short workout climb near Jamul.
Santa Ysabel Open Space Preserve is growing in size
Santa Ysabel Open Space Preserve is within the San Dieguito River watershed that is the drainage area from the rivers’ headwaters in Volcan Mountain to the Pacific Ocean via the San Dieguito Lagoon in Del ...
A most challenging hike in mountain-lion country
Take a strenuous hike to enjoy views from the Cuyamacas to the Coronado Islands.
Love Valley Meadow is tucked into the southern flanks of Palomar Mountain
The trailhead for Love Valley Meadow can be easily missed when driving up the East Grade Road/S-7 into Palomar Mountain as it begins from the back of a deep turnout alongside the road. While not ...
Discover relics of days gone by
Explore a wildlife area with open grasslands and riparian oak woodlands that once belonged to the last Mexican governor of California.
Climb to vistas in northern San Diego County
Monserate Mountain Preserve, located in San Diego’s North County, is the second largest of 11 preserves within the 2700-acre Fallbrook Land Conservancy. The preserve began with an acquisition of 225 acres in 2000; more acreage ...
Thank Guy Fleming for this hike among Torrey pines
Follow the trail as it winds through old groves of Torrey pines and opens up to wonderful ocean views.
150 acres of coastal sage scrub provide an important habitat for wildlife
That dropped Ping-Pong ball song would be the wrentit.