In San Diego “Life is Always a Beach”

If San Diego is known for one thing, it would be for our perfect year round weather. For North County residents (such as myself) now that we have highway 56 we can be at the beach in as little as 20 minutes. One of my favorite places is Torrey Pines State Beach. It is home to some of San Diego’s best hiking trails and happens to be home to one of our prettiest sections of coastline. As an avid hiker, I find that I head over to Torrey Pines so much that I purchase their annual parking pass for the convenience it provides me. There is nothing better than ending an afternoon at Torrey Pines taking in the sounds of the waves as you hike up and through the gorgeous hills that surround the beach. Not a hiker? Its still a great place to unwind and relax. It’s also a great spot for people who like to fish from the coastline, boogie board, swim or surf. If you’re lucky you might even see dolphins swim by during one of your visits. Rumor has it that in certain seasons you may be able to spot whale or two from the coastline. The luxury of being so close to the beach is just one of San Diego’s perks. There really is nothing better than having the privilege to “head to the beach” any day you want to.

So grab your best hiking shoes or swim suit, towels, sunscreen and head over to Torrey Pines! I will see you on the trails!

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