This Week in San Diego Hiking – January 23, 2017

Photo: West Sycamore, Mission Trails Regional Park

Hello Hikers!

Is anyone tired of the rain yet? Hopefully today will be the last of it and we should have some sunshine in our future.

Remember that during wet weather, some parks and trails may be temporarily closed. You can check the latest status of parks operated by the County of San Diego on their website here. They’ve also recently published an informative video explaining why it is necessary to close some trails.

San Dieguito River Park has also announced that all of their trails are closed until further notice due to the rains.

Next Saturday, join the San Diego Natural History Museum Canyoneers to hike Batiquitos Lagoon. A pleasant walk on level terrain provides ample opportunity to enjoy lagoon plants and shorebirds. Along the way visit a native plant garden. This is an easy 3 mile hike with an elevation gain/loss of up to 200 feet. Visit their website for more information, or check out our Events Page to find even more upcoming hikes and events.

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Have a good week!

Photo: PCT to Eagle Rock

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