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Les meilleures recommandations de sentiers pédestres par les gens du coin

Trail
“BEST MOUNTAIN. Cowles Mountain is a prominent mountain located in the San Carlos neighborhood, within the City of San Diego, San Diego County, California. The 1,593-foot summit is the highest point of the city of San Diego. It is protected within Mission Trails Regional Park. Difficult but worth the hike straight up - the BEST VIEWS of the city!”
  • 141 personnes du coin recommandent
Mountain
“Ridiculous 360 degree views of San Diego, the ocean and all the way south to Mexico. Sunrise and Sunsets are beautiful and you can walk around a little bit. Short drive and worth stopping by at some point during your visit.”
  • 37 personnes du coin recommandent
Lake
“Regional park offers playgrounds, boating, fishing, bike and walking trails. Can rent bikes or boats. Great place for family picnics and fun! Within walking distance from Casita. ”
  • 44 personnes du coin recommandent
Trail
“Good challenging hikes. Takes a couple of hours to reach peak and back go early in the am and take water especially if it’s hot”
  • 28 personnes du coin recommandent
Trail
“If you like to people watch, listen to the waves break - this is the place for you!”
  • 23 personnes du coin recommandent
Trail
“Daley has a lot of great trails for hiking, biking, and horseback riding. Lots of hills to climb/descend with beautiful views of the mountains and valleys. ”
  • 12 personnes du coin recommandent
Trail
“Just up the street from the airbnb is a large hiking trail that will take you through Tecolote Canyon. I've seen coyotes, foxes, raccoons, skunks, rattlesnakes and all sorts of lizards. You can make this hike as easy or difficult as you like, just ask me how.”
  • 17 personnes du coin recommandent
Trail
“Acquired to preserve the resources and picturesque scenery of the Santa Margarita Mountains. Raptors are a common sight overhead or perched in trees. Deer and other large protected animals rely on the river for their water. The 22 acre lush river corridor contains 2 miles of non-motorized multi-use trails. 5 miles.”
  • 11 personnes du coin recommandent
Parc
“Great hike with 360 degree mountain and ocean views. Can also drive to this park, which is at the top of the mountain. Hike starts from the bottom at “Discovery Lake Park””
  • 15 personnes du coin recommandent
Trail
“Great for trail running, bird watching, enjoying ocean breezes and a slot canyon trial.”
  • 13 personnes du coin recommandent
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
Trail
“The hike to the Devil’s Punchbowl might be one of the most dangerous in the county. The San Diego Union-Tribune reported in 2005 that about one person dies here each year. The allure lies at the trail’s destination. Surrounded by 75-foot high cliffs, a magnificent waterfall splashes into a pool known as the Devil’s Punch Bowl. Hikers have been known to dive from the cliffs into the pool, but because of shallow waters and slippery rocks, it is highly dangerous. Additionally, hikers (or swimmers, depending on what you’re more excited for) should bring plenty of water, as this hike is not for those out of shape.”
  • 10 personnes du coin recommandent
Trail
“This mountain features Potato chip rock, a popular place to take a picture that looks like you're standing on a potato chip. Amazing views the whole way, great workout. ”
  • 4 personnes du coin recommandent
Trail
“Great hike for all ages Beautiful photo opportunity at the top of the hike overlooking the San Elijo Lagoon and Beach ”
  • 9 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
“There are day hikes on this trail that goes from Mexico to Canada including the section from Lake Morena to Boulder Oaks Campground or Kitchen Creek Falls. This trail is rarely used and I’ve hiked it many times and not seen another soul.”
  • 3 personnes du coin recommandent