This Week in San Diego Hiking – September 29, 2014

Stonewall Peak trail at Cuyamaca Rancho State Park

Hello Hikers!

Looks like San Diego’s nice weather has been continuing, unfortunately we’ve been out of town and not able to enjoy it. The long range forecast says it will be a bit warmer next weekend, but hopefully it will still be pleasant enough to get out and get some dirt under our boots.

If you’re looking for something to do next weekend, how about joining the San Diego Natural History Museum Canyoneers on Sunday at the Blue Sky Ecological Reserve? This is an easy 5 mile hike with elevation change up to 1000 feet. This easy walk just north of Lake Poway follows along a stream and a woodland canyon of large oaks. The tracks of wild animals—including coyotes, mountain lions, and bobcats—attest to the habitats protected by the reserve. The new longer hike option will climb to an overlook of Lake Poway. Directions: (Poway) From I-15, exit east on Rancho Bernardo Rd., which becomes Espola Rd. (S5). The entrance to the reserve is 0.25 miles east of the intersection of Old Coach Rd./Bridlewood Rd. Check out the Canyoneers calendar or visit our Events Page for more upcoming activities around San Diego County.

Amazon has some nice deals for us this week:

Have a good week!

The Gemma Parks Interpretive Loop at San Elijo Lagoon

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