Hiking The Cuyanaca Trail In Julian, California!
Rancho State Park, mountain meadows
are one of our natural wonders. From a distance, they appear to be
filled with nothing but yellow and green grasses across wide swaths of
the mountain landscape that averages just over 4,000 feet in elevation.
But walk through them during summer and they're anything but dull. Life
abounds here, both in resident critters and abundant, colorful
wildflowers. On a loop hike combining seven passing through the huge
Green Valley that surrounds the Sweetwater River.
are more than 100 miles of trails in Cuyamaca, many open only to hikers
with several including the old fire roads open to mountain bikers. Dogs
are not allowed on state park trails, including Cuyamacas.. The one
trail here where you may take your leashed dog is the Cuyamaca Peak
Fire Road. On several occasions, some larger than usual lizards darted
out onto the trails running ahead until they scurried back into the
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you pick up the nature trail pamphlet at the visitors center before you
head out, you can follow the numbered markers to learn about plants and
trees used by the Kumeyaay who lived here for generations.
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