By Malvika Kashyap
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These San Diego hiking routes demonstrate the diversity of the state's landscape and the city's all-year-round sunshine. Here are the best hikes in San Diego!
10. Annie’s Canyon Although this short trip is a hidden treasure, the harder terrain makes it more difficult for anyone with mobility concerns.
9. Balboa Park Trails From leisurely 1.5-mile strolls on concrete pathways to 6.6-mile excursions through dirt paths, there is something for everyone.
8. Los Peñasquitos Canyon Trail This breathtaking 6.8-mile loop around the 4,000-acre park is only a 30-minute drive from downtown San Diego and has a stunning waterfall.
7. Pacific Crest Trail to Garnet Peak Starting from the Penny Pines Trailhead, this moderate-to-difficult climb ascends to Garnet Peak, where the vistas are breathtaking.
6. Coast to Crest Trail to Lake Hodges The Coast to Crest Trail and a visit to Stone Brewery are essential components of the ideal trek in Southern California.
5. Cowles Mountain At a height of 1,593 feet, Cowles is San Diego's highest point, and it merits a visit only for the opportunity to glimpse Mexico from the top.
4. Cuyamaca Peak If you go on this trip in the winter because it has some height, you'll see a lot of trees that are covered with snow.
3. Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve The iconic La Jolla trek, Torrey Pines, guarantees views of glistening blue waves slamming against craggy rocks.
2. Cedar Creek Falls to Devil's Punchbowl Only the name sells it. On this trip, you'll follow the Devil's Punchbowl Trail to the pool at the base of Cedar Creek Falls.
1. Mount Woodson Summit The 7.4-mile Mount Woodson trek is strenuous but rewards hikers with stunning views at every turn.
Seeking out beautiful treks might inspire you to get outside frequently, whether you want to relax in the woods or keep active while on vacation.
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