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Watching the guys run off the cliffs with a glider on was exciting! Was tempted and persuaded to take a ride, but I declined. The view from here was great, and there was a lovely area on top of the building to sit and watch...More
Vast parking lot that was packed when we visited. There were several gliders up which was interesting and fun to watch. There was also a falconer who was releasing his bird and calling it back. There is a restaurant where you can sit at tables...More
A super fun place to grab a gourmet sandwich in the snack shack there and watch the gliders. There’s picnic tables or you can hang out on the grass. If you’re brave enough you can ride tandem with an expert and fly up and down...More
Would you step off a cliff? This is the place thrill seeking is all about. Wind off the Pacific makes this the para gliding capital of the west. Or anywhere really. A perfect combination of weather and topography and these enthusiasts makes for an adventure...More
I am not brave enough nor young enough to think I would ever do this, but it is wonderful to watch. They cut threw the air like butter. It looks so easy and relaxing. It is if your watching. While we were there a Falcon...More
Views of La Jolla to the south and Torrey Pines to the North. Hike down the steep trail to Black’s Beach. Walk along the beach to Torrey pines reserve. Watch the hang gliders jump off the cliff and soar above you. Lots of parking. Near...More
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Some might, I sure didn't! It was very quiet and peaceful! That said, if you have any fear of heights I'd opt out. Pacific Ocean is 350 feet from where you take off and you're sail much, much higher than that!