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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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In San Diego for business and decided to burn some energy walking through the hills of Torrey Pines Natural Reserve. We parked by the ocean and started to walk about 1 mile uphill but not to steep. Once we made it to the top it...More
I've lived in SD for more than 30 years and I still love this place. Park along the ocean and walk up through the park. Stop at any of the trails along the way and take in the views. Continue on to the top and...More
Bring water, a comfortable pair of shoes, sunglasses, sunscreen, hat, and binoculars. You will need all these. It can get a little breezy and can be scorching hot during the hike. Preferred to start asking the beach then work up the path then back down...More
It is very good place for hiking. During the hiking, you get beautiful ocean view, geological formations, get a glimpse of the world-famous golf course. Of cause you will see Torrey Pines which is the rarest pine tree in the United States and is an...More
Highly recommend hiking La Jolla trail. VERY unique. Started in a neighborhood and go through water created canyons and end on the beach. On the beach, you can see paragliders diving off cliffs from the company that resides there.
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.