Explore the most popular historic site trails near San Diego with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

hiking
9 days ago

Very amazing view!!! Great easy hike, my friend with me did it in flip flops lol

walking
16 days ago

Downhill first mile, uphill on the wayback. jogger friendly.

hiking
19 days ago

Love Point Loma. This is a nice little trail with great views of Coronado, San Diego and Tijuana in the distance. There's some WWII history things to see related to gigantic spot lights and a generator building. Nothing too dramatic on the road grade - most people can handle it though wouldn't recommend wheel chairs. Lots of native California vegetation with some identification signage. Pick a little of the Coastal Sage and smush it with your fingers - the smell is wonderful.

hiking
28 days ago

Great views. Really cool little park.

1 month ago

Easy walk! Stunning views, cool breeze! Make sure you bring your water bottle. Enjoy!

Took a morning jog from Spanish Landing to Seaport Village. I avoided the crowds by going around 0830. View is beautiful of the bay. A good playlist and lots of sites to keep your mind busy as your walk, jog, run, or bike this route goes by quickly.

2 months ago

This is.a great trail with great views of San Diego Bay that’s about 2 miles round trip. It is almost completely downhill for the first mile and of course you must come back up for the second mile. I notice that it says wheelchair friendly....I don’t think so. The first quarter of a mile is paved. The rest is dirt and rocks.

walking
2 months ago

Favorite walk. Used to walk this everyday when I lived in PB.

walking
2 months ago

Pleasant Walk, Loved the nice little shops around, lot of people and activities around... It would be great day out on sunny day here...

Very fun. Lots of interesting people and enjoyed the pier at sunset. Huge bubbles were super cool.

This is a nice, easy trail for a walk. Its fun to head down and explore the tidepools after. Don't bring your dog.

hiking
3 months ago

Great views with easy access.

Easy walk, but beautiful views!

hiking
3 months ago

Easy hike, with GORGEOUS views of San Diego Bay, Pacific Ocean, and downtown SD!

Easy hike with a 3 year old boy

4 months ago

I would rate it moderate rather than easy. There are some steep inclines.

hiking
4 months ago

Beautiful views of the city

mountain biking
6 months ago

Great for people watching.

Fun with the kids

hiking
9 months ago

Nice views. More a walk than a hike. Lots of people. Wonderful breezes. Take the camera. Learn a little history.

hiking
10 months ago

The walk is easy, the view is incredible. This is an down and up trail, so be prepared to carry little ones who could make the trip down, but not back ;) Wide with a few rest stops along the way with benches. Sit down and watch jets take off from the naval base in Coronado, watch ship traffic come in and out of the bay, and soak in the incredible view of San Diego.

Lovely ride on our bicycles, as well as a nice walk..

hiking
10 months ago

Really breezy, much cooler than inland. There was a beautiful ocean view the entire time. Elevation change is gradual making this an easier hike.

road biking
11 months ago

Had a good bike ride.. Great weather..

Super easy family friendly great ocean view make sure you see the lighthouse and the TIDEPOOLS it's worth it!

Monday, March 13, 2017

We discovered this trail our first day visiting San Diego and it remains one of our favorite go-to adventures as now locals. It has everything you would want. Ocean views, nature, a well-manicured trail, native CA plants to see and animals to observe. All in an underrated, hardly packed package. Most visitors don't even see it.

Sunday, March 12, 2017

Love this path. Dogs are only allowed certain times though.

Nice views but traffic is quite loud right next to path for the majority

trail running
Friday, March 10, 2017

This trail runs the entire length of the Embarcadero on San Diego Bay and should be named as such. Seaport Village is a commercial/shjopping center ....NOT A TRAIL. There are several other attractionalong this route that are of greater public interest.....such as the USS Midway Museum, The Maritime Museum, Spanish Landing Park, Tuna Wharf and the Kissing Sailor statue, The County Waterfront Park, Broadway Pier.

walking
Saturday, February 04, 2017

The ocean, great people watching, what more could you ask for?

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