Hiking San Diego
In addition to ample sunshine, hiking San Diego offers hikes for everyone. From coastal hikes, to moonscape deserts, to big mountains, there’s tremendous variety. San Diego County’s 4,261 square miles are the most biologically diverse in California, with over 2,000 plant species, over 500 species of birds, and hundreds of species of reptiles and mammals.
|Torrey Pines Hike||3.3||Easy||La Jolla||500||N|
|Cowles Mountain Hike||4.3||Moderate||Santee||1170||Y|
|Hiking Stonewall Peak Trail||5.4||Easy||Julian||1020||N|
|Hike Cuyamaca Peak||6||Moderate||Julian||1610||Y|
|Potato Chip Rock Hike (San Diego)||7.5||Hard||Poway||2130||Y|
|Oak Grove Trail to High Point Hike||13.5||Hard||Warner Springs||3600||Y|