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1103 La Mesa Ave, Spring Valley Ca – Listing Agent Team Sanchez
- 3 must – do hikes in San Diego, I hope you can do them all.
- First one to come to my mind is :
- Mount Woodson
- Best Season to Hick it: Spring, Fall and Winter Time: 3 hrs Elevation Gain: 2000 ft Territory has several Boulders
- Then the next one is:
- Cowles Mountain
- Best Season to hike it: Spring, Fall and Winter Elevation Gain: 1,200 ft Time: about 4 hrs Territory: Moderate
- Hugo Sanchez Realtor Cowles Mountain Map By Google Just so you know the trail can get a bit hart to do at the beginning but as you continue you will begin to see that it is well care for and maintained. The trail is easily accessible to all and you can reach it from many areas. The trail is contained within the Mission trails Regional park which is the 6th largest municipally park in U.S.A. Mission trails is a very well know trail in San Diego this park is dog friendly and can be crowded at time. Good luck and I hope you enjoy the hike. Here is the next one
- Cuyamaca Rancho State Park
- Best Season to hike it: All Elevation Gain: 1,723 ft Time: about 3 hrs Territory: Moderate
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3 must – do hikes in San Diego, I hope you can do them all.
San Diego has so many beautiful places you can go and visit especially if you are looking for thrills and adventures. The San Diego vast landscape has hikes either flat and simple or some that are a very good challenge for the Hiker.
As longest as you are suited with the right shoes, water and the correct equipment you will be able to reach places that go far beyond your wildest dreams, waterfalls, high places, beautiful views, “Secret fishing spots”, beautiful mature secret hikes and in some hikes your condition will be challenge ! So if you are ready to check them out, here are the 7 must – hikes in San Diego, I hope you can do them all and Enjoy them ! Good Luck and happy Hiking.
This information is for you to learn a little bet more of this beautiful San Diego.
Lets get started:
First one to come to my mind is :
It’s found in the City of Poway California the terrain on this particular trail is moderate to strenuous hike. Dogs are allowed and it’s about 7.5 miles round trip form beginning to end. The trails are well maintained, and the views once up in the top are breathtaking. This place has a very famous landmark called the Potato Chip Rock, this spot has become a very popular place to take pictures, at times can be a bit crowded, there is no specific days that will have less people than others, so if you have a chance to get all the way to the Potato Rock and is easy to take your picture do so but is for any reason you could not then the views and area alone are fantastic and beautiful!
Best Season to Hick it: Spring, Fall and Winter
Time: 3 hrs
Elevation Gain: 2000 ft
Territory has several Boulders
From San Diego, take the I-15 north and exit at Twin Peaks Road, turning right. Follow Twin Peaks to Espola Road and make a left. Just past Poway High School, make a right into the Lake Poway parking lot and concession area. Park near the concession stand after paying the fee. From North County and beyond, take the I-15 south and exit at Rancho Bernardo Rd, turning left off of the freeway. Rancho Bernardo becomes Espola Road, which will bend to the right. Just past Blue Sky Ecological Reserve, take the left turn into the Lake Poway parking lot and concession area. Park near the concession stand after paying the fee .
The trail condition is always well maintained and Dog friendly! your dog will love the trail and the views are amazing. So what are you waiting for ? Take a shot and come and see the potato chip rock.
Then the next one is:
This trail is moderate and has fantastic views of San Diego, this trail is located in San Diego close to Santee & La Mesa, what you see is beautiful from the north, east and south. This trail is know to be very crowded the majority of the time but the hike is an easy one. On a very clear day you can see views of Mexico and Downtown San Diego , the trail is about 4 miles it can take you around 3 hours to hike it.
Best Season to hike it: Spring, Fall and Winter
Elevation Gain: 1,200 ft
Time: about 4 hrs
From Downtown: Take I-8 East to Highway 125 North. Exit at Mission Gorge Road, and turn left. Turn left onto Big Rock Road and follow it to the end of the road for the trailhead. From everything north of Highway 52, take Highway 52 to Mission Gorge Road and turn right. Turn left onto Big Rock Road, and follow it to the end of the road for the trailhead.
Just so you know the trail can get a bit hart to do at the beginning but as you continue you will begin to see that it is well care for and maintained. The trail is easily accessible to all and you can reach it from many areas. The trail is contained within the Mission trails Regional park which is the 6th largest municipally park in U.S.A. Mission trails is a very well know trail in San Diego this park is dog friendly and can be crowded at time. Good luck and I hope you enjoy the hike.
Here is the next one
Cuyamaca Rancho State Park
Cuyamaca Rancho State Park has several beautiful trails for hikers to chose from. With that said you can find the trails to be meadows, woodlands and waterfalls. One of the must popular trails is the Cuyamaca peak second highest in San Diego California on this trail which is about 6 miles, you will find the rewarded with the spectacular views.
Nature is at it’s best when looking at the surroundings on this beautiful place, take the time to look around and enjoy everything. The mountains, the flowers, the planes and much more.
The night views are amazing and the hikes are fantastic.
Best Season to hike it: All
Elevation Gain: 1,723 ft
Time: about 3 hrs
From Julian, head south on Highway 79, past the lake and into Paso Picacho Campground. Walk through the campground to the cabins in the back. Find the trailhead there. From San Diego, take Interstate 8 and exit at Highway 79 for Descanso and Julian. Turn left, and follow the road until the junction with Highway 80. Bear left, and continue on 79 until reaching Paso Picacho Campground. Park, then walk through the campground to the cabins in the back. Find the trailhead there.
The night hikes are beautiful you can see so much stars on a clear night. Hiking is great and it is a bit heavy for the knees but hike is worth it. Paved roads and wild life are part of this vast landscape, once on the top you will be able to admire the beautiful mountains and peaks of San Diego .
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1040 C Ave National City Ca – Hugo Sanchez Realtor
Beautiful Property in the Heart of National City Ca. The property is closed to Southwestern College, Sweetwater High, Olivewood School, National City Middle School, John A. Otis Elementary School, Central School. Plaza Blvd, Highland and National City Blvd are closer than you can imagine. National City Library is at a walking distance as well as Kimball Park. Minutes From Freeway 5 and 805. Close to 32th street Naval Base and at 15-30 minutes from other bases. The House has an Open layout, Beautiful open Kitchen with stainless steel appliances,Wood Cabinets, and a middle island that is a dream! The floors are Laminate throughout. Nice size Back yard and garage for your car. Contact us for more info Hugo Sanchez Realtor 619-869-0588 We are here to help!
800-898 National City Blvd, National City, CA 91950
Established in 1998, the Higher Education Center at National City ( HEC , NC ) was created to serve the educational needs of the residents of National City and its surrounding communities. Part of a unique collaborative effort with San Diego County Office of Education (SDCOE), the HEC, NC offers undergraduate preparatory classes from one convenient South County location.
2900 Highland Ave, National City, CA 91950
Per the SWH site “This page aims to provide information about Sweetwater High School and its administrative staff. Click on the links located on the side bar at the right side of the page for further information. Click on the following link for a current School Map .” Led by principal Maribel Gavin, Red Devil Alumna and class of ’91, the student body, parents, administration, staff, including teachers, counselors, and office staff, and the larger community, established numerous innovative programs that include among others: after school specialized and discipline-specific tutoring, Professional Learning Communities to develop and implement rigorous standards-based instruction, and increased parental involvement.
2505 F Ave, National City, CA 91950
Principal’s Message “Welcome to the web pages that will give you a brief overview of Olivewood School. Our logo of the strong, flourishing Olive tree is a visual symbol of our community of learners who are thriving and growing, and are nurtured and maintained by a highly skilled staff. Our vision statement “Growing Toward the Future” shows our commitment to ensuring that all students achieve and develop a lifelong love of learning.” – Beverly Hayes, Principal
National City Middle School
1701 D Ave, National City, CA 91950
Principal’s message: “On behalf of the Kingsmen faculty and staff, welcome to National City Middle School, where “Success is the Only Option !” My goal is to ensure that each student is prepared at grade level of knowledge to have a meaningful experience at NCM. My job is to offer your child a rigorous curriculum that will prepare them for success in high school and college. At NCM, we have mutual goals for your child: academic success and social skills development. By working together and monitoring your child’s progress daily, we can mutually achieve these important goals. Help your child succeed, by insisting that your child:
- Attend school daily and on time. Medical appointments should be made after school hours.
- Completes homework assignments daily.
- Is prepared with all instructional materials and ready to learn.
Parents need to stay informed and seek out their child’s teacher or counselor when questions arise. This will be a great year for your child here at NCM. As Principal, I want to extend a personal invitation to each of you to visit our campus, volunteer, and attend our activities. Education is a team effort. Arturo H. Montaño NCM Principal ”
621 E 18th St, National City, CA 91950
“John A. Otis School, in partnership with parents and the community, will maintain high educational standards for all students by providiing a positive learning environment and exemplary instruction, to prepare our students academically for a successful future.” As our Mission Statement affirms, our entire staff is committed to achieving this goal. – Felipe De La Pena, Principal”
933 E Ave, National City, CA 91950
“Central School is located in the heart of National City. We offer a preschool through sixth grade program dedicated to developing the whole child. Our staff is committed to providing an enriching and challenging standards-based educational environment for all students. We invite you to learn more about our school by visiting our campus and seeing first hand our classrooms, programs, and dedicated staff. – Leticia Hernandez, Principal”
1401 National City Blvd National City, CA
The City of National City is excited to bring you the very first edition of Your National City News, an “E-newsletter” dedicated to sharing information and resources with the community. We are dedicated to the use of technology to provide opportunities for residents have access to a wide range of tools and information in order to participate more fully in city affairs. This newsletter will highlight information on community interests, events and activities as well as update and report on major projects. We’re teaming up with the Sweetwater High School Media Team to produce video snapshots which will be included in each edition. Editions will be released six times a year for a one-year pilot program and this is the very first edition. Don’t hesitate to let us know what you think or if you have an idea for an article or feature. This really is your newsletter. Enjoy! (info taken directly from the National City Web page)
148 E 12th St National City, California 91950
Kimball Park has so many different activities schedule throughout the Year, There are many Celebrations that happen year round. You need to check their website to be able to see what is going on at the park!
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