Point Loma Tidepools and Bluffs Trail is a 1 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near San Diego, CA that offers scenic views and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is accessible year-round.
We went at low tide @ 11:11am on Sun 10/23/16 to get into some of the caves. The waves were so large & strong that there was no way to get to the caves. What we, could see from the cliffs was just beautiful.
best ten bucks you will ever spend. absolutely stunning scenery. the tidepools are not to be missed
Outstanding views but keep in mind it's a $10 entry fee
Always have fun exploring here!
To get to the down side is an exciting adventure, you get in contact with wonders of nature, nice views, we were able to watch some sea lions playing around, fun for families. Just loved it.
Awesome. Weather was beautiful and the tide pools were amazing.
Nice way to spend a day off. Go during low tide and take your time.
Great. Get early to avoid parking headaches.
Nice place to take someone you love.
If you're Active Duty the $5 fee is waived. The only major downfall is their strict time policy.
A short but beautiful hike. I recommend water shoes with good grip if you want to walk across the rocks around the tidal pools. I saw several people struggling with flip flops.
Fun and beautiful
A fun and easy hike along the beach; It's 5 dollars to get into the Cabrillo/Tidepool park, but make sure you go while it's low tide otherwise most of the tide pools get covered up. Really gorgeous area and easy hike though!
Nice little hike near the tide pools. Might see some tiny crabs. If you go down where the waves crash against the rocks, you can get a nice soaking.