There’s a new trail in town! The Helix Flume Trail has plenty of great views, but there are also lots of cool history lessons along the way. Try it out with this virtual hike.
The County cut the ribbon Thursday for the new Helix Flume Trail in Lakeside, and a group took an inaugural hike on the 0.8-mile path. It may be short in distance, but it’s long on history, with signs that share the story of early water transportation in San Diego. It also features spectacular views of Lake Jennings and […]
Not into watching the big game on Sunday? Leave the couch and take advantage of the offerings around the County – like fishing, hiking and even a fun history lesson.
Have you ever found yourself in a sticky and prickly situation on a trail? Our expert shows you what to do if you stumbled upon a cactus.
Have you ever tried to go for a hike after it rains only to find the trail is closed and wondered why? We went out to Los Penasquitos Canyon Preserve and talked with a County Park Ranger to find out.
The San Diego County Board of Supervisors voted to buy 82 acres of land to add to, and help protect, existing and sensitive habitat in Hellhole Canyon County Preserve in Valley Center Wednesday.
County Parks has so many trails, it’s hard to know where to begin. We connected with Scott Turner, outdoor enthusiast, Modern Hiker contributor and co-author for the next edition of “Afoot & Afield in San Diego County” to get a short list of our trails to try in the New Year. Here are his recommendations, by month, at County parks and preserves across San Diego.