Explore the excellent mountain bike trails to be found throughout San Diego County, from the International Border up to Palomar Mountain, and from the coast out to the Anza-Borrego Desert. Cycling the Trails of San Diego provides state-of-the-art route maps and detailed trip descriptions for 50 great rides in the county, with a bonus ride along the Santa Ana River Trail! Ride them all—from easy dirt-road trips that can be ridden on hybrid bikes, to tough off-road trails only recommended for mountain bikes—an appendix even lists rides by difficulty, to make choosing rides a bit easier! Consult the full-color master map on the inside front cover, which shows the ride locations within the region (each of the 40 detailed contour-relief route maps includes a locator map, too).
Cycling The Trails San Diego
A Mountain Biker's Guide to the County
Author: Nelson Copp
About the Author
Nelson Copp is an accomplished life-long cyclist, both on-road and off-road, and a master of applying state-of-the-art cartography and software applications to field guides in cooperation with GIS specialist Margaret Gooding and route scout Debra Copp. A geologist by training, he enjoys helping people "find themselves" he teaches Map & Compass Navigation and GPS classes for many Southern California groups and is a frequent Sierra Club outing leader. Along with biking, his interests include hiking, backpacking, surfing, cross-country skiing, and chasing eclipses all over the globe.
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