Length: 4 Hike Course, 3-5 Hours Each, About 5.4 Total CEUs (Credit units issued upon hike completion)
Dates: Sundays/ October 14; November 11; December 16; January 13
Instructor: Brian Remas
Session 4 Location: Cowles Mountain
Distance: 4.5 Miles
The Cowles Mountain hike brings you to the highest point in the city of San Diego at 1,593ft, with views from Mexico to Orange County. Cowles Mountain is also one of the most popular hikes in San Diego, so we are going to hike up the less trafficked and more scenic “back way” trail (there are 4) up the mountain. It’s a fun, safe beginners hike, and a must-do if you’re in San Diego.
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.
Be sure to bring:
2 liters of water (at least)
Hiking shoes (or athletic shoes that are good for hiking/running)
Hat, sunglasses, and sunscreen
8301 Big Rock Road
Santee, CA 92071-3402
If you are lost, are running late or have questions please call or text Brian Remas (760) 579-1591 or Ilana (203) 918-0570
If you did not enroll in this class during registration, please contact Ilana De Laney to RSVP.