This Week in San Diego Hiking – November 2, 2015


Hello Hikers!

I can’t believe it’s already November! Hopefully you’ve hiked off your Halloween sugar hangover and are ready for a new month. I don’t know about you guys but I’m still excited that its not 100 degrees and humid out. I’ll take Santa Anas over hot and muggy any day. It looks like the forecast for this upcoming week is calling for cooler weather and even the possibility of precipitation early in the week.

Mark your calendars for Veteran’s Day, Wednesday November 11th. On this day you can get free admission to all National Parks and National Forest lands. If you have the day off, you could take a day trip out to Joshua Tree, or if you’d rather stay close to town check out Cabrillo National Monument. Or, you can check out any of the many hikes in the Cleveland National Forest without having to worry about getting an Adventure Pass!

Veterans, active duty, and reserve military can also enjoy free admission to California State Parks on Veteran’s Day. You must show a valid military I.D. or proof of honorable discharge (i.e. a signed copy of your DD214).

Next weekend you can head out to William Heise County Park for a Sunday Hike with Ranger Dave. Join Ranger Dave for an easy-to moderate, guided hike to the beautiful Fern Trail. This hike will cover approximately 1 mile and will last about an hour. Our final destination will be the bubbling waters of Cedar Creek, where the sights and sounds of nature can erase the hustle and bustle of daily life. Bring water and wear hiking shoes and appropriate clothing. Meet at the ranger station. Suitable for all ages. Check out the San Diego County Parks and Recreation Guide for more information, or visit our Events Page to find even more upcoming hikes and events.

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Have a good week!
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