Pet friendly

The main trail to the summit is a popular hiking destination taking hundreds of people per day to a 360-degree panorama of San Diego County. The hike to the top is 1.5 miles (2.4 km) long and an elevation change of about 950 feet (290 m). This trail is on the corner of Golfcrest Drive and Navajo Road. A much-less-used but maintained trail begins near the intersection of Boulder Lake Avenue and Barker way. This trail meets the main trail near the summit.

DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION 7th & Market South, Downtown San Diego
DEPARTURE TIME 8:30 am (Please arrive 15 minutes early)
Professional guide Round trip transportation
Snacks & Beverages
Guide gratuity
Entrance fees (If any)

The mountain is named after George A. Cowles, a 1870s-80s rancher and early businessperson in southwestern San Diego County. It is the highest. The 1,593-foot (486 m) summit is the highest point of the city of San Diego.

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