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Working on a schedule for upcoming hikes. We’ve been hiking what we call “Roller Coaster Ridge” every Wednesday night during Daylight Savings Time, but the days are quickly growing shorter, and by the end of September we’ll need to find a safer alternative (maybe Salt Creek or the beach trail).
But now that vacation and moving is behind us, I’m itching to do some other hikes on the weekends.
We’ve already decided that we’re going to repeat our Trans-Catalina Trail trip over Spring break, and that will require a bit of training. And I have some trails I want to hike in San Diego County to honor the memory of my grandparents.
So here’s what’s in the planning phase:
8 relatively easy hikes in SD county (as described in this post: http://socalhiker.net//2011/05/following-in-the-steps-of-my-grandparents/).
A weekend backpack trip in Anza Borrego, possibly between Christmas and New Years.
Holy Jim to Santiago Peak (because it’s a local favorite).
Hiking Mount Lee to the Hollywood sign (just for kicks). Done!
The “Blue Loop” at Crystal Cove (and maybe even an overnight backpack).
And the Bridge to Nowhere (still haven’t joined the throngs who hike it).
What else should I add? What’s on your list?
I’ve got some additions to my list:
And so the list grows…
Got any others to add?
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