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Morning hike at Torrey Pines

  • Nov 17, 2013 · 8:30 AM
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Park on Callan Rd and walk over to the fence near the north end of the Golf Course parking lot. See map above. 

Join me for a brisk walk (8- 8.5miles) on the well maintained trails of Torrey Pines Reserve and the serene stretch of Black's and Torrey Pines beach set against soaring 300 ft cliffs. 

We will meet at 8:25 AM (, do the introductions, and leave at 8:30 AM. If you plan on using the restroom facility in the parking area, kindly arrive early enough so that you don't hold up the rest of the hikers.

This hike has been cross posted with other groups. The hike will be on regardless of the number of attendees. 

Hike details: We will hike down the Broken hill trail towards the beach, walk South along the beach (if tide level permits) past Blacks beach towards the Gliderport section and then turn around and walk North until we come up to the main access road (Torrey Pines Park Rd). Here we will stop to accommodate those who need to use the restroom facility. We will continue up on Torrey Pines Park Rd which is slightly steep, take a short detour to the Guy Fleming trail which loops back to Torrey Pines Park Rd and walk back to the parking lot.

Pace: Moderate. 
Distance: About 8- 8.5 miles.
Approximate hiking time : About 2 1/2 to 3 hours, depending on your pace. 

Note: If you want to hike at a pace faster or slower than me, you are welcome to do so and I will assume that you are familiar with the place and absolutely fine with returning on your own to the parking lot. 


Meeting spot: We will meet near the fence at the North end of the Torrey Pines Golf Course parking lot.  The parking lot is to the west of N. Torrey Pines Rd  and at the intersection of Callan Rd and N. Torrey Pines Rd. Street side parking is available on Callan Rd.

Hiking Essentials: Water, light snack and a light jacket. Highly recommend shoes with good traction because parts of the hike will be on dirt. 
Water fountain located near the restrooms and also on the Guy Fleming trail. 

From Interstate 5 Traveling North:

Exit Genesee Avenue and turn left (West)
Stay on Genesee Avenue as it curves to the right (North) and becomes North
Torrey Pines Road
Look for large green Golf Course sign on the right after Science Park Way.
Turn right at sign and follow curve under North Torrey Pines; this is Callan Rd. Park along the street.

From Interstate 5 Traveling South:
Exit Carmel Valley Road and turn right (Heading West).
Follow Carmel Valley Rd until it dead ends at Camino Del Mar/ N. Torrey Pines Rd. Turn left onto Camino Del Mar which becomes N. Torrey Pines Rd.
Proceed up the hill past the Torrey Pines Golf Course Driving Range. Exit at the green "Torrey Pines Course/ The Lodge" sign on your right. 
Turn left at the stop sign onto Callan Rd and park along the street further up the road past the tunnel/bridge.

Disclaimer: You are solely responsible for your safety and well being on this hike and any event posted by the San Diego Day Hikers group. No organizer of this group is in any way liable for any injury or misfortune that could occur. You accept all risks when you rsvp "yes" and show up to participate for this event or any other event. If you decide to break away from the group you are responsible for your own safe return.

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  • Zohreh

    I really enjoyed the hike, beautiful view, and the friendly energetic hikers. Look forward to seeing you all again!

    November 21, 2013

    • A former member
      A former member

      Glad you enjoyed it. See you on another hike.

      November 22, 2013

  • Elyse

    It was nice meet you Hema and I really enjoyed hiking this morning at beautiful Torrey Pines. Looking forward to more hiking.

    November 17, 2013

    • A former member
      A former member

      Glad you enjoyed beautiful Torrey Pines :)

      November 17, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    Thank you all for joining me for a hike on this beautiful trail.

    November 17, 2013

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