Greg, Scott and I hiked to Eagle Peak near the San Diego River. Jerry Schad's book Afoot & Afield San Diego Hiking Guide
describes an out and back trip that is about 4 miles total and starts at the east side of the peak. We being the adventurous type decided to let Google Earth create a trail for us to follow. Our trip was close to 10 miles and did a full loop around and down the mountain starting from the Ramona Estates trail head.
|The trail we hiked in Google Earth|
|Eagle Peak straight ahead, the highest peak you can see, trail ends at the base|
|Looking down towards the creek that ends up at the top of Cedar Creek Falls|
Major poison oak on my legs, I wore shorts and 2 weeks after the hike I am scratching my legs so bad until they bleed..it hurts so good..argh...
That's awesome. I would love to try this rather than the easy approach from the top...ReplyDelete
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