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Hike Adventures: Del Mar Beach (Course Start)

  • Del Mar Beach North Beach Lot, San Diego, CA 92121 United States (map)
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Length: 5 Hike Course (Once a Month, 3 Hours Per Hike)

Instructor: Brian Remas

Session 1 Location: Del Mar Beach (Starting point in Directions below)

Difficulty: Moderate

Distance: 4.5 Miles

Follow instructor Brian Remas through several environments throughout San Diego County. Adventurers will learn about what they are seeing, such as the plants and animals, but also what they are not seeing, such as the people that called the area home thousands of years ago. Individuals will learn different hiking skills, health facts, “Leave No Trace” methods, and how to enjoy the outdoors in a safe way.

Our first adventure in this 5 hike series takes place in beautiful Old Del Mar in a less traveled location. Summertime in San Diego tends to be flooded with millions of tourists crowding the malls, restaurants, and of course, beaches. Brain will show adventurers an area that is known by locals, but loved by all.

This trip starts on a flat beach that has hard packed sand (Great for running). The return will be through a trail that gives a beautiful view of the ocean from about 100 feet. The hike ends at a yummy Mexican restaurant where we can have some lunch or have a picnic on the beach.

Be sure to bring:
Athletic shoes (good for hiking or running)
1 liter of water (at least)
Sunscreen
Hat
Money for lunch & parking

Directions: North Beach Lot, San Diego, CA 92121
Head West on Carmel Valley Road from the I-5 or from the 56 West. We will be meeting on the south side of the restrooms which are located on the paid parking lot off of McGonigle Road (Left on McGonigle Road from Carmel Valley Road if taking the I-5 or 56 West). You can park in the paid lot for the day for $15 or find parking off of Carmel Valley Road and walk to the meet-up point. 

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