Ultimate San Diego Hiking Guide
One of the best things about San Diego is that there’s a good chance the weather is going to be pretty much perfect. With sunny days in the forecast, you might be looking for things to do outside. While there are plenty of options to consider, you might think about going on one the many SD hiking trails. Read on to find out more.
Calling all adventurists, Potato Chip Rock needs to be added to the bucket list. This approximately 7 mile, out and back trail, is a must do for both locals and visitors alike. It’s one of the most popular trails in the area and for good reason. Not only do you get great views of the Pacific Ocean, get to sit on Potato Chip Rock and of course snap a sweet picture with you atop the rock, which is aptly named since the rock forms a very thin overlook that is gravity defying. You’ll have to see it to believe it!
Cedar Creek Falls is a fun hike that is 5 miles round trip. During the summer, be sure to bring plenty of water as the trail is not shaded. You’ll also have to get a permit before you go, though this is easily accessible you can get it by clicking here. Cedar Creek Falls is a fun hike that is 5 miles round trip. During the summer, be sure to bring plenty of water as the trail is not shaded. You’ll also have to get a permit before you go, though this is easily accessible you can get it by clicking here.
While the Mount Soledad Veterans Memorial might not exactly be considered a ‘typical’ hike, it should still be considered. When you get to the top of the hill where the Veterans Memorial is located, you’ll essentially be greeted with one of the very best views in all of San Diego. You’ll get 360 degree views of the ocean and the city below. If you love a good view, definitely consider taking a trip to this memorial.