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Parcs et nature à Julian

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Parc
“Anza-Borrego Desert State Park is the largest state park in California. Five hundred miles of dirt roads, 12 wilderness areas and many miles of hiking trails provide visitors with an unparalleled opportunity to experience the wonders of the California Desert. The park is named for Spanish explorer Juan Bautista de Anza and the Spanish word borrego, or bighorn sheep. The park features washes, wildflowers, palm groves, cacti, and sweeping vistas. Visitors may also have the chance to see roadrunners, golden eagles, kit foxes, mule deer, and bighorn sheep as well as iguanas, chuckwallas, and the red diamond rattlesnake. Listening devices for the hearing impaired are available in the visitor center.”
  • 20 personnes du coin recommandent
Parc
“Golden hills, oak and pine trees, and no city lights! Great hiking-- try Stonewall peak for a moderate level of difficulty that gets you to a beautiful view.”
  • 8 personnes du coin recommandent
Parc
“Closest to the Zen Den. Easy hikes. Also has cabins and tent sites for camping.”
  • 7 personnes du coin recommandent
Parc
“This is a gorgeous Mountain Preserve with nearly 2,900 acres of protected forest. There is a 5-mile hike through the preserve that is rated at moderate to difficult so be prepared, but there are some great views along the way.”
  • 3 personnes du coin recommandent
Parc
“Go for a little drive and take a couple hikes. Can be very hot in the summer months!!! ”
  • 2 personnes du coin recommandent
Waterfall
“Location: 14 miles north of Descanso Difficulty: 5 Best for: Waterslide enthusiasts, anyone who enjoys a good valley view, lovers of wildflowers Three Sisters Falls is perhaps the most unique hiking experience in San Diego. A fairly simple 4-mile, out-and-back, the hike actually starts as a descent. After 2 miles of an easy downhill approach, you get to the waterfalls -- and, simply put, they're unlike anything else in the county. With a naturally occurring waterslide that feeds off the main fall, Three Sisters is like nature’s waterpark allowing you plenty of opportunities to beat the summer sun by getting wet. When you reach the falls from the initial descent, you’ll be greeted by amazing valley vistas and copious opportunities to go scrambling on the rock faces and boulders strewn throughout the canyon. Make sure to stay dry while scrambling, as the rocks are very smooth (particularly on the east side of the falls) and slipping on them can mean sliding 10-20 feet. When you’re finished at the falls, the 2-mile climb back to your car will certainly be more difficult than the initial descent. Take your time and make sure of every step, and you’ll be fine. ”
  • 5 personnes du coin recommandent
Campground
“Enjoy kayaking, boating, and relaxing in the chambers park by the side of the lake.”
  • 2 personnes du coin recommandent

Sentiers de randonnée

Trail
“Megan is a photographer, so there are tons of photo opportunities here as well as hiking, fishing, and bird watching. It is also a great place for a picnic, and perfect for Fall leaf-peeping!”
  • 8 personnes du coin recommandent
Waterfall
“Location: 14 miles north of Descanso Difficulty: 5 Best for: Waterslide enthusiasts, anyone who enjoys a good valley view, lovers of wildflowers Three Sisters Falls is perhaps the most unique hiking experience in San Diego. A fairly simple 4-mile, out-and-back, the hike actually starts as a descent. After 2 miles of an easy downhill approach, you get to the waterfalls -- and, simply put, they're unlike anything else in the county. With a naturally occurring waterslide that feeds off the main fall, Three Sisters is like nature’s waterpark allowing you plenty of opportunities to beat the summer sun by getting wet. When you reach the falls from the initial descent, you’ll be greeted by amazing valley vistas and copious opportunities to go scrambling on the rock faces and boulders strewn throughout the canyon. Make sure to stay dry while scrambling, as the rocks are very smooth (particularly on the east side of the falls) and slipping on them can mean sliding 10-20 feet. When you’re finished at the falls, the 2-mile climb back to your car will certainly be more difficult than the initial descent. Take your time and make sure of every step, and you’ll be fine. ”
  • 5 personnes du coin recommandent
Trail
  • 1 personne du coin recommande
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