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2 Unique Hikes in San Diego

Updated: Apr 27

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One of the best things about living in San Diego is the weather. The near perfect weather all year long allows for endless opportunities to explore the beautiful #hiking trails in San Diego. This post lists 2 unique hikes to add to your San Diego bucket list!


1. Torrey Pines State Reserve


This is one of my favorite hikes to do in San Diego and for good reason. Torrey Pines State Reserve has some of the best ocean view trails. One of my favorite trails is the Guy Fleming Trail, it's about a 2 -mile loop that offers scenic overlooks. Another great trail not to miss is the beach trail. Not only do you get beautiful ocean views, but you can take the trail to a set of stairs, that take you right to the beach. For more information on this hike visit torreypine.org






2. Annie's Canyon Trail


This has to be one of the coolest trails in San Diego. This unique trail is located in Solana Beach and the trail takes you along a beautiful marsh land to a hidden canyon. As you continue along the trail, you get to a sign that tells you that there are two paths to take. The moderate trail takes you to the top of the canyon, but the difficult trail takes you through the canyon. I highly recommend taking the difficult trail, but as a warning, the canyon does get very narrow so if you have claustrophobia keep that in mind. More information about the trail can be found here https://thenaturecollective.org/location/annies-canyon-trail/










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Wow, your photos are beautiful! You really captured the beauty in these unique San Diego trails. I’m really interested in the canyon trail! It looks fun! Thanks for sharing!


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Stephanie Daniels
Stephanie Daniels
Nov 23, 2022
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Thank you ! Hope you get an opportunity to hike the canyon trail ! It is awesome!

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These looks like great places to hike!!!

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Stephanie
Stephanie
May 24, 2022
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These hikes are a lot of fun! We can go when y’all come to visit 😀

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