For those who love hiking in the great outdoors, this national forest is a must-visit location in the San Diego area. Some trails lead adventurous hikers on voyages over six miles and elevations above 6,000 feet. Other trails are shorter, perhaps one mile long, and offer chances to see wildlife. Regardless of the trail, water is scarce. Hikers are encouraged to be prepared and carry water and emergency materials. Details on hiking trails and safety may be obtained by calling the forest supervisor's phone number provided.
Attractions & Landmarks, Sports and the Outdoors