Hiking Tour of Torrey Pines State Reserve from San Diego
An expert tour guide will lead the way through the Torrey Pines State Reserve. Located just north of San Diego, in a mostly Suburban surroundings the Torrey Pines State Reserve can be described as a wilderness haven. During this tour you'll be able to enjoy charming views of the absolutely breathtaking California Coastline while also uncovering the foliage and wildlife inhabitant to the area.
You;ll be able to enjoy nothing but the best of this breathtaking California State Reserve during this guided hiking tour. Your tour guide will highlight many types of flaura including the Pinus Torreyana. The Pinus Torreyana is the most uncommon pine tree in the U.S., and the Torrey Pines State Reserve is its home. You'll be able to see the sensational shelves the ocean cut into the land millions of years ago. You can enjoy the allure of the forest while taking in the breathtaking views of the ocean, and admire the flowers. Flowers that bloom all year thanks to the mild temperatures in San Diego.
While sightings of wildlife aren't a sure thing. depending on the season there's a chance you'll see gray whales and/or dolphins from viewing platforms along the trail. The hiking tour of Torrey Pines State Reserve from San Diego is the perfect adventure for anyone with the inclination to explore nature.
Join your professional guide for a hike through Torrey Pines State Reserve, a wilderness oasis in a largely urban setting, just north of San Diego. On this tour, you'll enjoy scenic views of the gorgeous California coastline while discovering the flora and fauna native to this area.
Enjoy the best of this beautiful California state reserve on this fun-filled guided hiking tour. Torrey Pines State Reserve is home to the rarest pine tree in the US - Pinus torreyana - as well as other species of flora that your guide will highlight. See dramatic shelves cut into the terrain by the ocean millions of years ago; enjoy the beauty of the forest; take in amazing ocean views; and admire the flowers, which bloom year-round thanks to San Diego's mild climate.
Depending on the season, you may see gray whales from viewing platforms along the trail, as well as dolphins. While wildlife sightings are not guaranteed, whales and dolphins usually make an appearance and your guide will be sure to point them out.