Walking in El Cajon


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  • Cabrillo National Monument
    In 1542, explorer Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo became the first European to step foot on what would become the West Coast of the United States. Since its founding more than four centuries later, the Cabrillo National Monument Foundation has celebrated this accomplishment—as well as the greater history and the natural scenery of San Diego's only national park, located on the southwest tip of the U.S. Size: a two-mile hiking trail and three exhibit rooms fill a sprawling indoor-outdoor space Eye Catcher: historical re-enactors dress in 19th-century clothing thanks to the Living History program—a sight rivaled only by the view of San Diego's coastline from 400 feet up Permanent Mainstay: The Old Point Loma Lighthouse, which first lit up the night's sky on November 15, 1855 Annual Celebration: September's Cabrillo Festival, which recreates the voyage of Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo Don't Miss: an old radio-station building where They Stood the Watch profiles the military history of the Point Loma peninsula Special Programs: take a ranger-led bayside walk under the full moon, watch whales, or feel famous while whales watch you Pro Tip: at low tide visitors can peer into tide pools and see the diverse wildlife that's normally hidden
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    1800 Cabrillo Memorial Drive
    San Diego, CA US
  • Nocturnal Lands
    A night spent dancing to a DJ at the club burns calories and works up a sweat, so why not put the dance floor on a 5K course? That's exactly what Night Nation Run has done—participants run, walk, or dance their way through a race course illuminated by interactive light shows and pumping with electronic dance music from live DJs. After partying through multiple DJ stages, revelers finish at a raucous main-stage after-party. Headliner DJs soundtrack the event on the main stage while participants celebrate crossing the finish line as a member of the Night Nation.
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    2537 Loring Street
    San Diego, CA US
  • Fit for Mom
    FIT4MOM is one of the country's largest fitness program for moms. They offer classes that cater to all mothers, whether they had a few kids a decade ago, are currently with child, or are just bouncing back from their first pregnancy. The staff knows that it's not easy to find the time or the energy to workout so the energetic instructors help motivate moms in classes that focus on rapid results.
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    16118 4S Ranch Parkway
    San Diego, CA US
  • Anza-Borrego Desert State Park
    What makes it great: 600,000 acres of preserved desert habitat; colorful wildflowers during the springtime; 12 wilderness areas and 500 miles of dirt roads to explore; home to wildlife such as roadrunners, kit foxes, and bighorn sheep
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    200 Palm Canyon Drive
    Borrego Springs, CA US
  • Hike Bike Kayak Inc
    Throughout the year, Hike Bike Kayak Inc's expert guides bring out the best in both La Jolla and Mission Bay's scenery as well as those admiring it. The CPR- and first-aid-certified guides equip visitors with gear for safe land and sea adventures. Kayakers and snorkelers in La Jolla's sea caves might catch a glimpse of harmless leopard sharks darting in and out of kelp, and hikers in Torrey Pines State Reserve might spy coyotes playing freeze tag with deers. The rental agency's civic-minded outdoorsmen consistently model good behavior, whether epitomizing best practices during visits to fragile ecosystems or donating muscle and dollar power to the area's annual Coastal Cleanup Day. An expanding set of programs helps groups to develop teamwork, dog owners bond with their pets, and young scouts earn badges.
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    2216 Avenida De La Playa
    La Jolla, CA US
  • ROC Race 5K
    The ROC Race is a 5K fun run with a catch—a dozen of them, to be exact. Twelve giant obstacles stand in the way of victory, including a wrecking ball that threatens to knock runners off their path. The various challenges draw their inspiration from the world's most extreme game shows, where contestants have to run through tires, swing on ropes, and swoosh down giant slides. To make things even more exciting, ROC's organizers encourage participants to dress up in wacky costumes like tutus or outfits inspired by superheroes such as the Fantastic 5K Finisher. This epic event descends on cities across the U.S., welcoming runners ages 13 and up to fend off water and foam before greeting crowds of spectators at the finish line. A post-race experience keeps things going with even more foam and festivities.
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    2260 Jimmy Durante Boulevard
    Del Mar, CA US