Torrey Pines State Park, San Diego, California

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  • 3 mentions in hiking near San Diego

    • Michael S.

      Michael S. said, "...Not much by the ocean that is shady -- San Diego is not heavily forested. Here's my list: Torrey Pines State Park Balboa Park (especially the Zoo which is more of a botanical enclave than an animal one) Los Peñasquitos Canyon Preserve (just north..." See More

    • Clancy C.

      Clancy C. said, "...My favorite coastline hike is Torrey Pines State Park. You can start on the beach and hike up over the cliff. It's a sandy hike through the California coastline chaparral. I don't think you'll find anything shady near the beach, as the natural..." See More

    • Jessica M.

      Jessica M. said, "... Torrey Pines State Park is by the ocean and has Torrey pine trees on Broken Hill Trail Razor Point Trail. If you combine trails you can hike for 3-5 miles. The easiest trail is Guy Fleming Trail which is forested with ocean vistas...." See More

  • 2 mentions in Suggestions for day hike area in San Diego to Carlsbad, Ca?

    • John S.

      John S. said, "...For hiking, I would suggest you check out Torrey Pines State Park .Great views and hiking trails of all difficulties. The map is not placing it correctly. It is above Torrey Pines State Beach. You can picnic on the beach, but not in the..." See More

    • Heather H.

      Heather H. said, "...Here are my favorites in the area: calavera preserve trail in Carlsbad (California)to see the inactive volcano. Torrey Pines State Park (this one's a must do...ocean cliffs!) The "potato chip rock" hike Iron Mountain My foodie favorites: Encinitas Fish Shop Sabor de Vida Brazilian..." See More

  • 2 mentions in Where are the most beautiful places in San Diego?

    • Sean M.

      Sean M. said, "...The Prado at Balboa Park/Promenade La Jolla Cove Cabrillo National Monument Torrey Pines State Park..." See More

    • April L.

      April L. said, "...Balboa Park, Torrey Pines State Park, top of Cowles Mountain and Iron Mountain Trail Head, Cabrillo National Monument, Centennial Park, Sunset Cliffs Some of the prettiest spots in SD!..." See More

  • 2 mentions in Restaurant & activities ideas for couples weekend getaway in San Diego

    • Kay B.

      Kay B. said, "...Hiking at Torrey Pines State Park is great for a laid back adventure day. Parking can be a challenge, or just pay the $15 (I think) for the day. But it's so beautiful and an easy hike. Mount Soledad is also a fun lookout..." See More

    • Michael S.

      Michael S. said, "...Sally's Seafood on the Water at the Hyatt also has great seafood with remarkable Bay views. Up in La Jolla near Torrey Pines State Park there is A.R. Valentien at The Lodge at Torrey Pines that serves some of the best food in San..." See More

  • 1 mention in What are the must-do activities in the area?

    • Brie Anne D.

      Brie Anne D. said, "...Island -- great food (try the "chicken of the gods") and a good view of downtown from across the bay. 4) Torrey Pines State Park -- Great hiking with several difficulty level choices. You can hike all the way down to the beach or..." See More

  • 1 mention in Things to do in San Diego for our Hooneymoon?

    • Cherie Y.

      Cherie Y. said, "...picks :) Packing a picnic lunch (you can pick up some great sandwiches Cheese Shop) and hiking to the beach at Torrey Pines State Park Watching the sunset at La Jolla Cove or Mount SoledadDessert at Extraordinary Desserts (two locations, but I like the..." See More

  • 1 mention in San Fran all the way to San Diego 5 friends one car what do we need to do!

    • Matthew O.

      Matthew O. said, "...Verve Coffee Roasters in Santa Cruz for a cup. Check out Venice Beach and go drinking at night. Go hiking at Torrey Pines State Park in San Diego. Drink as many micro brew beers as you can in San Diego. Have a good trip..." See More

  • 1 mention in Is a City Tour in San Diego a must?

    • Michael S.

      Michael S. said, "...be the best option. But some of the best places in San Diego are not served by tours: San Elijo Lagoon, Torrey Pines State Park, Imperial Beach/Border Fields Park. My recommendation is if you want to see downtown and Balboa Park, use GoCars..." See More

  • 1 mention in Top 5 things to do with 16 year old son.....

    • Mary Ann E.

      Mary Ann E. said, "...and hike to potato chip rock Potato Chip Rock, mission trails regional park Mission Trails Regional Park; Torrey Pines State Reserve Torrey Pines State Park; Mt Palomar observatory and hiking Palomar Mountain; Julian and Julian Pie Company..." See More

  • 1 mention in Relaxed weekend in San Diego

    • Wendee M.

      Wendee M. said, "...Hike in Torrey Pines State Park. Then go to Downtown La Jolla for a meal. Its so beautiful!..." See More

  • 1 mention in What's the best beach in San Diego?

    • Michael S.

      Michael S. said, "...Beach up near UCSD. The latter is not too accessible -- need to walk down a path to get to it. Torrey Pines State Park is also quite beautiful, but takes some walking...." See More

  • 1 mention in Fun things to do?

    • Heather H.

      Heather H. said, "...My favorite hiking spot is Torrey Pines State Park. If you're looking for some more challenging hikes, Iron Mountain and the "Potato Chip Rock" hike are inland and pretty cool. There's also a hiking trail in Carlsbad where you can do a little..." See More

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