This is intended to be fun, a relaxed pace and route. 6 easy miles.
Bring water, hat, sunscreen, closed toe walking shoes, CAMERA. We will stop for Lunch at Costco (inexpensive items - bring cash). Flat terrain, varied vegetation, wildlife and as I like to say "humanoids".
San Diego River Park is a network of paths found along the San Diego River channel extends from Volcan Mountain until the river flows into the ocean at Mission Bay for a distance of 52 miles. Trail segment meanders along a lush wooded watercourse that winds its way to the Pacific Ocean.
This river was used by the Kumeyaay, then later as a water source for Mission San Diego de Alcalá, 19th-century European settlers, and currently serves the City of San Diego through San Vicente and El Capitan reservoirs.
The river has a history of flooding since record-keeping began in 1914. The biggest recorded flood occurred in January of 1916, when the river grew to be a mile wide with a flow rate of 70,200 cubic feet of water per second, damaging roads, tracks, and telephone/telegraph lines that took over a month to repair.
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