Torrey Pines

Date: 10/01/2015
Who: myself
Length: 5.2 miles
Time: 3 hours
Weather: about 75 degrees, sunny

During a visit to San Diego, California for a job interview, I had some free time and hiked in Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve. As far as I can tell, “State Natural Reserve” is the California term for what we in Colorado would call a State Park.

There is no fee for park visitors on foot. Fees apply if bringing a vehicle into the park. I found free parking along the beach just outside the entrance to the park, so I had no fee.

My hiking route started along the beach. Then, I took the Beach trail up into the park. I made a loop of Beach trail, Razor Point trail, Torrey Pines Park Road, and Broken Hill trail (north fork) back to the beach.

I’d recommend this park for anyone with some time to spare in San Diego!

Razor Point View

Razor Point View

This hike followed the BLUE line:

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