Hiking and Nature News

San Diego County area:
Daley Ranch Shuttle Temporarily Stopped

Cedar Creek Falls Closes

Guide to the great outdoors
San Diego Union Tribune, CA – Feb 25, 2007
RANCHO BERNARDO – Jeff Hess spends most of his time hiking and climbing around the vast Joshua Tree National Park about 100 miles north of San Diego County…

January 10, 2007, Path markers …vast, biodiverse park
TIJUANA RIVER VALLEY – Bird-watchers, horseback riders and hikers soon will have a more clearly defined, 22.5-mile trail system winding through the nearly 1,800 acres of  protected land in Tijuana River Valley Regional Park.

January 6, 2007,Carlsbad group creates land-preservation list
CARLSBAD —- Eastern hillsides where hawks soar, and tiny coastal ponds packed with rare plants, have both captured spots on a nearly completed list of properties that a city-sponsored committee would like Carlsbad to buy and protect.

December 27, 2007, Fixing up Amazing Places
NORTH COUNTY — Repair funds to be put to use on North County Coast.

December 19, 2007 Palomar Trail Good Crisp Hike
SAN DIEGO—It would be rare to see a mountain lion, but they are in the area, Macon said. They are usually active in the evening. If you happen to see one, …

November, 2005: Trans County Trail celebrated
SAN DIEGO —- The push to finish San Diego County’s longest east-west hiking trail has reached the most difficult obstacles, a host of regional parks officials said Thursday.

February 5, 2005: Mountain lion sighted near homes
SAN MARCOS – City and state officials are investigating reports of a mountain lion roaming near homes in a neighborhood near the city’s border with Carlsbad.

February 3, 2005: State of the County
Ladies and gentlemen, Honorable colleagues. Good evening and welcome to the 57th annual State of the County address.

January 21, 2005: Officials seek to fix landslides at reserve
ELFIN FOREST – The operators of one of the region’s top hiking and biking areas said yesterday that they intend to use hand crews to start cleaning up landslides there…

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