Eagle Peak

Eagle Peak has been touted by many San Diego hikers as having some of the best views in the county. Rising just west of the Cuyamaca Mountains, Eagle Peak towers high above the surrounding Cedar Creek, Boulder Creek, and San Diego River Gorges, and does indeed offer some stunning views. However, this hike is somewhat overshadowed by the more […] Continue reading →

This Week in San Diego Hiking – November 23, 2015

Hello Hikers! Aren’t Santa Ana conditions just awesome? Fortunately it looks like cooler temperatures are on the way, but they will be accompanied by some gusty winds and possibly some precipitation. Next Saturday you can work off some of that pumpkin-pie excess on a Volcan Mountain Summit Hike. Take in panoramic views while hiking Five Oaks Trail […] Continue reading →

Stonewall Creek and Soapstone Grade Loop (Cuyamaca Rancho State Park)

Cuyamaca Rancho State Park has seemingly endless miles of trails and fire roads to explore, which can make for some nice long loops with varied landscapes to enjoy. This scenic loop through the northeastern section of the park does not disappoint, traveling along several streams and creeks and the Sweetwater River, passing wide open grasslands, and providing some […] Continue reading →