Just when we thought we knew all the best hiking places, Annie's Canyon is restored and opened up to adventurers like us. Named after a 30-year resident of Solana Beach, Annie's Trail is new to most and we are ready to go where few have been before, well, at least not lately!
Hike into one of the wildest stretches of coastal hiking territory and discover Annie’s Canyon Trail with us. This trail, once prone to vandalism, was recently restored and is now open again. Naturally eroding sandstone walls create a sense of mystery, wonder and adventure. The hike in is an easy walk through the San Elijo Lagoon Ecological Reserve, with a short stretch of steep incline, tight squeezes and one ladder climb, only to be rewarded with an awesome coastal view.
All levels of experience, age and fitness are welcome for this moderate 2 hour, 2 mile hike. Seriously, we’ll take it slow. After all, this is about enjoying the outdoors, having a good conversation and connecting with a fellow creative.
1. RSVP: email@example.com
2. Meet us on Saturday morning, Oct. 15, 8 a.m. at the Solana Hills trailhead. Please park along the street and meet us at the trailhead. Look for the AIGA sign!
(See detailed directions below)
Solana Hills Trailhead
450 Solana Hills Drive
Solana Beach, CA 92075
3. Please wear good shoes, bring water and a snack, and remember that you hike on your own risk. Leashed dogs are allowed but not recommended through the canyon.
4. Parking is limited, so we encourage carpooling. If you are interested, email firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know where you will be coming from.
From Interstate 8:
From I-5, take the Lomas Santa Fe exit and head west on Lomas Santa Fe. Turn right onto Solana Hills Drive and follow it to the end where you will find the trailhead. Park along the street.
Call us if you have problems finding us or run behind: 619.961.5765
See you on the trail!
Petra (Membership Director) and your AIGA Board Members
About AIGA Hikes: As part of our efforts to get to know our members better and foster new connections, AIGA San Diego unplugs and gets out. We hit the trail, enjoy a few hours of great conversation, break a sweat, and discover this beautiful city we call home. Because together is better. Let’s explore!