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Distance round trip: ~ 6 miles Time: ~ 3 hours Difficulty: Easy. Paved trail. Constant incline. Not a lot of shade. We took the paved emergency vehicle trail up to the top of Cuyamaca Peak. It's the only trail that allows puppies, so it was...更多
Take a day or two to enjoy this Southern California gem hidden in Highway 79 in the county of San Diego. Tent, RV, Trailer or Cabin stay. Enjoy Fishing and Boating at Lake Cuyamaca, as well as Birding, Hiking or just hang out with friends...更多
We first stopped in the visitor center. good map with all needed information is available. We drove through the park admiring the beautiful scenery. We stopped at the parking lot and campground by the route 79 -Paso Picacho. We paid a fee of $10 for...更多
My wife and I have been up to Cuyamaca Ranco a couple of times in the last few weeks hiking various trails before it gets too cold when winter sets in. There are miles of great hikes that are relatively uncrowded. On two different hikes...更多
Couldn't stay long here but long enough to want to go back. Just a beautiful drive we ended up taking from the Salton Sea into San Diego. We even saw some Wild Turkeys running around. Great for picnics, hiking and just relaxing. Check it out.
Coming from Wisconsin, I always disliked how many people are on the trails immediately around San Diego. I am used to quiet, less-populated hikes and sought a similar experience in California. Although it is about an hour away from San Diego, it was well worth...更多