San Diego is one the best places in the world for getting out and getting active. Even in January, daytime temperatures are mild enough so that a light jacket will be enough to shield you from the winter chill. And with landscapes that range from rolling desert hills to rocky seaside cliffs, hiking in San Diego is a great way to get some exercise that offers much better views than the treadmill at your local gym.
With weather this perfect, it’s hard to stay indoors in San Diego. From hiking and biking to rockclimbing and horseback riding, there tons of adventures to be had. Join me on a video tour of some of my favorite ways to explore San Diego’s great outdoors.
Ready to go wild! Pack the tent, sleeping bag and all the s’mores fixins for a camping adventure in East County, San Diego’s massive “backyard” which stretches from the rolling foothills and mountains of Cleveland National Forest to the magnificent Anza-Borrego Desert. I’ve gone camping throughout East County over the years and there’s nothing like […]
Discover San Diego’s Neighborhoods with our Summer Sweepstakes. Join us every week as we showcase the best in what to do, where to eat, and where to stay in some of San Diego’s unique neighborhoods. Be sure to check back for exciting insider tips, giveaways, and more! This week’s spotlight is on Mission Valley/ Old […]
Recently our friends from St. Louis came for a visit. One of our favorite stops when we have guests in town is Torrey Pines State Reserve. The views are amazing and the trails are easy enough to navigate for a six year old. We drove to the top and chose one of the trails that […]
Fall is in the air – A perfect time to check out San Diego’s Anza-Borrego Desert and the quaint desert town of Borrego Springs. Following are five fun ways to explore and experience this captivating landscape: 1. Star gazing… Borrego Springs is an International Dark Sky Community – only the second in the world! No doubt […]