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Torrey Pines State Park

San Diego, CA 92037

 (858) 755-2063

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"Torrey Pines Gliderport - great view of hang gliders; lessons; Falcon classes; decent picnic lunch with great view Torrey Pines State Park for hiking Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego - 2 hours/ decent art collection The Cottage La Jolla or Coffee Cup for brunch  Bread-Croissants-Pastries at Wayfarer Bread & Pastry (worth the line) Of course, the walk from Ellen Browning Scripps Park on the beach or along the beach walk, all the way to Windansea Beach All the usual "San Diego" attractions."  See More

" Just south of Encinitas is Torrey Pines State Park, a great place to hike, watch surfers & sunset."  See More

"While you're in the area, take a hike up to the top of Torrey Pines State Park."  See More

"Torrey Pines State Park (this one's a must do."  See More

"My favorite hiking spot is Torrey Pines State Park."  See More

"Wild Animal Park (part of San Diego Zoo) is wonderful for all ages San Diego Zoo Safari Park; Old Town and San Diego trolley tours, hop on and off Old Town San Diego 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

"The Prado at Balboa Park/Promenade La Jolla Cove Cabrillo National Monument Torrey Pines State Park"  See More

"Balboa Park, Torrey Pines State Park, top of Cowles Mountain and Iron Mountain Trail Head, Cabrillo National Monument, Centennial Park, Sunset Cliffs"  See More

"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."  See More

"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 Soledad Dessert at Extraordinary Desserts (two locations, but I like the Hillcrest location better) Strolling around Balboa Park Grabbing some amazing BBQ to go at Phil's BBQ and taking it over to the beach behind Hotel Del Coronado Have brunch in Hillcrest!"  See More

"For hiking, I would suggest you check out Torrey Pines State Park."  See More

"Go hiking at Torrey Pines State Park in San Diego."  See More

"Hiking at Torrey Pines State Park is great for a laid back adventure day."  See More

"Up in La Jolla near Torrey Pines State Park there is AR Valentien at The Lodge at Torrey Pines that serves some of the best food in San Diego in a hotel and area that is drop dead gorgeous."  See More

"Torrey Pines State Park is by the ocean and has Torrey pine trees on Broken Hill Trail Razor Point Trail."  See More

"My favorite coastline hike is Torrey Pines State Park."  See More

"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 of Sorrento Mesa, CA) Coronado Beach San Elijo Lagoon (just north of Solana Beach, off Rios Ave) Cowles Mountain (great views of the ocean from within Mission Trails Regional Park"  See More

"Torrey Pines State Park is also quite beautiful, but takes some walking."  See More

"Torrey Pines State Park -- Great hiking with several difficulty level choices."  See More

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