Mission Trails Regional Park in San Diego County, CA
Mission trails regional park is a 5,800 acre (23 km²) open space preserve within the city of san diego, california. it is the sixth largest municipally-owned park in the united states, and the largest in california. it consists of both natural and... [read more at Wikipedia]
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West Sycamore - This moderate 7.2 mile out and back explores part of the newly opened West Sycamore extension of Mission Trails Regional Park.
Kwaay Paay Peak - Kwaay Paay Peak is a moderate 2.5 mile out and back that provides a quiet, peaceful alternative to the busy trails at nearby Cowles Mountain.
Oak Grove Loop and Visitors Center Loop - This easy 2.9 mile loop explores a diverse array of scenery in Mission Trails Regional Park.
South Fortuna Mountain - This 5.4 mile lollipop hike takes you up the challenging South Fortuna Stairs to the summit of South Fortuna Mountain in Mission Trails Regional Park.
Cowles Mountain via Barker Way - This 2.9 mile loop ascends the eastern slope of Cowles Mountain, one of the most popular hiking spots in San Diego.
Hiking San Diego County - Cowles Mountain via Big Rock Park
Hiking San Diego County - Hiking South and North Fortuna Mountains at Mission Trails Regional Park
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