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Although this park is located within San Diego's city limits, it remains one of the wildest landscapes along the Southern California coast, with miles of unspoiled beaches, chaparral, elegant Torrey Pine trees and a lagoon vital to many species of...more
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You must take the time to hike if you are able to and if you can walk, then you are able to. Some of the most picturesque landscapes and the volunteers at the museum shop are worth a visit too. I do not recommend the...More
Literally, best sunset ever! Only disappointment was the park closes at 5:00 and with sunset at 5:0... well??? We stayed a bit late and they disn't seem to mind but it would have been much better if we could have witnessed the entire event. That...More
We were there for a quick afternoon trek and took away beautiful memories for life! The trek was a short one but had some amazing views of the ocean and the mountains ! It had rained that day and we were lucky to catch a...More
We went to Torrey Pines to hike. Started at the top, which I hear is easier to find parking than the bottom. All of the trails going to the beach were closed due to heavy rains, but it was a beautiful day, and the main...More
If you are healthy and want to see beautiful views, this is the park for you! Park in the free parking area along the ocean and walk up the road to the trails. Guy Fleming was our favorite. Great cliff and ocean views. Time it...More
We went around 9am on New Year's Day in hopes it would be less crowded. It was still very crowded, and hard to find road parking. The walk up along the road is just that, but once you are at the trails the views are...More
Hiked here with a friend for a few hours and it was one of my favorite hikes ever! The trail is challenging in some areas but there are multiple routes possible. Views from various lookout points are all fantastic. Strongly recommend!
Torrey Pines is an outdoor hiking/walking destination with great cliff views and beach access. The view from the cliff edge is awesome. The stairs to the beach is a long uneven path that is steep and could be difficult for children. If you go down...More
With a 7 year old I would pay for the parking at the top of the hill. We were there on a weekday and paid $10 and then we went on a holiday and the fee went up to $20. But if you park in the free parking by the time you hike... More
With a 7 year old I would pay for the parking at the top of the hill. We were there on a weekday and paid $10 and then we went on a holiday and the fee went up to $20. But if you park in the free parking by the time you hike up to the trails your 7 year old will be exhausted. The interpretive center has some fun hands on exhibits that I would recommend checking out too. Plan for at least a couple of hours to explore.