Coast to Crest Trail Challenge

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Explore some of the San Dieguito River Park’s most iconic spots in the Coast to Crest Trail Challenge!

From July 1st, 2017 through June 30th, 2018, complete the five River Park hikes listed below. You can complete them in any order, in your own time, or with the Conservancy—we’ll lead five guided hikes (one on each trail) throughout the year.

Each hike has a designated spot where you’ll take a selfie. Once you’ve completed all five hikes, email all your selfies to sdrvc@sdrvc.org for verification.

Everyone who completes the Challenge and submits photos for verification will receive special certificate and decal, along with prizes from our partners: $10 in Adventure Bucks from A16 and a 20% coupon from REI--plus bragging rights and at least five cool outdoor adventures!

Plus, the first 50 people to complete the Challenge and submit photos for verification will receive an SDRVC cooling towel. And if you share your selfies and hike photos on Instagram and Facebook with the hashtag #C2CChallenge we’ll highlight some of our favorite pics!

Read all of the details here.


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Register for Exploring Our Sense of Place.

See Photos of the San Dieguito River Park, including Lake Hodges and Bernardo Mountain, taken by photographer Aaron Chang last fall have been installed at Sharp Rees-Stealy Medical Center in Rancho Bernardo. Take a look at some of the highlights and the installation.

Click here to see upcoming Conservancy events.

During any given month there are guided hikes where you can discover more about local habitats and enjoy an easy trek on trails within the 55-mile San Dieguito River Park. Are you a beginning or experienced mountain biker or equestrian? Check out activities happening at the San Dieguito River Park here.

Monthly Restoration Projects – Monthly habitat restoration and trail maintenance projects offer a great way for older kids to earn community service credit, for high school and college students to gain valuable career experience “in the field”, and for anyone to support the River Park and its projects. All activities are free unless otherwise noted.

UPCOMING EVENTS

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PROJECTS | Conservation - Education - Recreation | Video Overview

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IN THE NEWS | ARCHIVE

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NEWSLETTER | Currents - Riverscape

The San Dieguito River Valley Conservancy Currents newsletter provides news and information to members about our initiatives pertaining to conservation, education and recreation:


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