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The trails of Elfin Forest are a big reason so many people love it here. The hills are as steep as you can find in San Diego. The land is rugged, rocky and covered with chaparral. Trails criss-cross through the canyons, providing a wild escape. It is not uncommon to spot a bobcat or coyote and golden eagles and hawks find their home here.
A new hobby has been adopted by many visitors. It is called Geocaching. It combines the love of the outdoors (whether hiking, horseback or biking) with high tech gadgetry. A GPS receiver guides the player to a "cache" of goodies hidden in a secret spot. Sign the log book, take something and leave something from the box. Enjoy the view at the TECC76 cache.
Free Topo maps at Trails.com
For maps with overlays for Traffic, Planned Use, Photo, and Parcels try the Sandag site REDI (Thanks Evelyn)
SANDAG/SanGIS allows you to search by parcel number.
Looking down the Way Up Trail in the Elfin Forest Preserve. Photo by jerryg.com
The planned San Elijo Hills Project to our north
Trails promised through Cielo and Cielo Norte...
Submit your favorite photo for the Bulletin Board!