This Week in San Diego Hiking – December 8, 2014

Cuyamaca Peak from the Upper Descanso Creek trail
Hello Hikers!

I hope everyone got to hit the trails this weekend and enjoy the post-rain beauty. We hiked El Cajon Mountain and my legs are still sore!

If you are NOT into long hikes that leave your legs aching and wobbly, there’s still lots to do! Next Sunday you can check out the Bird and Butterfly Walk at Tijuana River Valley Regional Park. This is a docent led, one hour interpretive walk through the Tijuana River Valley Regional Park, Bird and Butterfly Garden. The walk is led by Joan Brooks who has a great deal of knowledge about the local birds and plants in our area. The walk is free and open to the general public and is geared towards kids and adults. It is best to bring hats and sunscreen. Binoculars are also recommended for viewing the birds. For questions or to confirm the walk is still on: 619-428-2946. Check out the Tijuana River National Estuarine Research Reserve’s calendar for more information, or visit our Events page for more upcoming activities throughout the county.

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If you’re looking for some good stocking stuffers, Amazon’s got some nice deals on hats and socks this week, as well as other outdoor goodies:

If you are looking for more gift ideas, check out our Holiday Gift Guide – some of our favorite gear and guides for the San Diego Hiker on your list!

Have a good week!

Oak tress along the Cougar Ridge Trail

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