Brandon Hernández 9 a.m., Dec. 6
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Hike down to a canyon floor through scrub oak “tunnels."
This is the only trail that accesses Los Peñasquitos Canyon Preserve from the south rim between Black Mountain Road and the West End parking lot off Sorrento Valley Blvd. Before the Camino Ruiz Trailhead was ...
Views to Mt. San Jacinto and the San Bernardino Mountains on this scenic hike.
You are unlikely to encounter any horses, wild or tame, on this trail, but it offers a chance to hike through beautiful oak and sycamore-shaded canyons and lush chaparral that can be ablaze with color ...
Explore San Diego’s backcountry history on this hike.
Julian’s Old Banner Road, now a hiking trail, starts in a suburban-like setting among Coulter pines and black oaks and descends through lush chaparral, providing a chance to explore a fascinating bit of San Diego’s ...
Take this hike for dramatic views of the Anza-Borrego Desert and a different view of Borrego Valley.
One of the best scenic rides in San Diego, which includes a trip on the ferry
This ride offers scenic views of San Diego Bay from downtown to the South Bay, and up to Coronado. There are sweeping views of the ocean along the Silver Strand and of downtown San Diego ...
Waaay bigger than the other one
Excellent panoramic view of Ramona’s wilderness area.
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.
Get a good workout and avoid the crowd on Cowles Mountain
Kwaay Paay Peak is a good alternative to Cowles Mountain for anyone who wants a good climbing hike without a crowd. It is the fourth highest peak in Mission Trails Regional Park, at an elevation ...