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We accessed this trail from the Torrey Pines State Reserve. The trail is well-marked and not too difficult. There is mostly low shrub-type plants along the trail with little shade. Bring plenty of water and wear good hiking shoes. The ocean views are amazing and...More
We hiked on the Razor Point portion of the trail. The trail is in good condition and leads to beautiful scenic views of the ocean. There is no real shade along the trail, and the sun can be quite intense, so I'd suggest bringing plenty...More
This scenic trail that overlooks the Pacific Ocean and can be accessed either from the beach via steps or through Torrey Pines State Reserve. Along the way at strategic spots you can sit on benches and soak in the view. The only disadvantage is if...More
This trail is not too physical demanding, walking on firmed ground, sometimes steps up or down , sometimes walking along the bushtrees, no insects, warning about dehydration; be prepared with water ;however, there are fountain drinking water stands along most trail. It's very easily accessible...More
A nice and easy out and back trail in Torrey Pines State Reserve. The whole hike takes about an hour, and leads out to some amazing cliffs overlooking the pacific with some incredible erosion patterns carved into the sandstone. The trail was very uncrowded prior...More
My guess is people are not listing this under this topic, because it should be much higher rated. Probably reviewed under Torre Pines Reserve. Anyway , park at North Beach Torre Pines. Parking along Hwy101 ocean is free but tricky later in day or weekends....More