Torrey Pines State Reserve Trail is a 2.3 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near La Jolla, CA that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.
beautiful scenery. It gets crowded. Beach is the reward at the end. Easy for fit walkers. Others will push themselves a bit and it's worth it.
beautiful scenery best ten bucks you will everspend
One of my favorite hikes of all time!!! The ultimate treat is being able to walk back barefoot on the beach if the tide is not too high. They got rid of the foot washing stations so bring a bottle of water to rinse your feet if you care to do so.
beautiful. a lot of foot traffic.
very nice ! 10/10 would recommend to a friend !
Fun trail! Thoroughly enjoyed the terrain and the Beach access.
Beautiful views from all directions! If you are looking for solitude then this is not the place for you. Great hike, that you can make as short or as long as you like. Good visitors center, with those great hiking medallions, that those of us that use hiking staffs love!!
A fun, beautiful , scenic hike before relaxing on the the beach! There is a refreshing Pacific Ocean breeze you can't buy !
Beautiful trails with easy climb and descent. Trail is roped off well and offers beautiful coastal and mountain views.
it was difficult climbing up hills but I had to refill Water three times but overall a good hike.
The morning was cool and overcast with a gentle breeze wafting up from the beach. Easy hike with one sighting of a rattlesnake, several rabbits and lizards scurrying through the chaparral. Easy gradients, well maintained paths, except for one region close to the beach that was without handrails. My only problem was I unaware that parking was $15/ all day on Fridays thru the weekend, and $12/ day Mon -Thursday, so I would suggest parking on the street, if you are not spending the entire day there!! The entire trip took us 2 hrs as we did meander so we covered a total of 3miles hiking. Yes there was a Pokestop on the trail!! ;-)
Will definitely do this again!!!