Come join the dogs and myself on an early morning hike around the Hollenbeck/Jamul ecological reserve.
Background/Property History: Historically, Rancho Jamul has been used by the Kumayaay Indians for thousands of years for forage and living purposes, Spanish missionaries for grazing land (using the Kumeyaay Indians for labor), then owned by a series of private individuals, most notably Pio Pico, the last Mexican Governor of California. Prior to acquisition by DFG, the property was used for farming and grazing by the well-known Daley Family of San Diego.
bring water, snacks, potty bags, sunblock.
this is truly a nice hike and just about 7 miles long. no really, it is no more than 7, unless we go out of bounds to make it 10 :). there is one big hill to climb about 3/4 of the way through but it has a nice bench on top for resting, great views and catching our breath.