Absolutely amazing Sunday hike with friend through the reserve. It's a great hike and full of interesting things.
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About Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve
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One way to enter Torrey Pines State NMatural Reserve is to walk in via the beach. Instead of driving or walking up the fairly steep hill, you can stroll along the flat beach going past the entry kiosk and then climbing up stairs near the...More
Torrey Pines is a wonderful outdoor resource, located a short drive north of downtown, and so easily accessible to most San Diegans, as well as visitors. A network of trails provides easy to moderate hiking opportunities. One trail leads down to the beach below. Gorgeous...More
I spent about four hours hiking through the trails. It was a fantastic experience, although I wish I had brought my swimming suit for the beach. At the end of the trail there is a fantastic beach with a lot of tidal pools where you...More
Sunset evening hike was nice as was the ocean at the base. Lots of people doing various activities, not just hiking. Traffic nor parking seemed to be an issue. Not what I expected to find along the coast, but glad it is preserved and well...More
Take the entire day and hike to the cliffs to see all of the area the park has to offer. Everything is wonderful and when you have hiked them all, go to the beach trail and go down to the beach for the 2 mile...More
The hike down to Black's Beach (located at the Glider-port) has a beautiful view of the ocean/La Jolla. Watch your step (it's a little steep); however, don't let that deter you from dipping your toes in the sand! The hike back up is definitely a...More
We have been in the park many times in the past and didn't realize these were such rare trees. The views of the ocean from the cliff tops with the cooling on shore breeze is nice. The park road to the top was crawling with...More
A friend took me here when I first moved to San Diego. It became my favorite place to take anyone who visited us. In 2006, I decided I wanted to know more about this magical place, and I became a Docent. Now, I can really...More
We drove up to the Torrey Pines forest area and then the road continued down to the beach area. We did not have time to go to the beach (the kids needed naps!) but the drive was beautiful with several scenic overlooks to stop and...More