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Explore the Great Outdoors

Hiking for all levels ~ Epic Trails

Ramona offers miles of breathtaking hiking trails. Get in touch with nature by exploring back-country San Diego.

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Mt. Woodson Trail

Access: Street parking along SR-67. Use caution when parking and exiting vehicles.

Length and Elevation: 11 miles of trails between Ramona and Poway, 1,000 feet to 2,400 feet.

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Cedar Creek Falls

Access: Trailhead is open at Thornbush Road in Ramona; visitor use permit and photo ID are required at all times — visit recreation.gov. Access also available from the Saddleback Trail parking area off Eagle Peak Road in Julian.

Length: 5.2 miles round-trip. Return hike is uphill and challenging.

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Ramona Grasslands Preserve

Access: Highland Valley Road, off SR-67. Trailhead and staging area are east of Archie Moore Road.

Length: 4-mile-long loop trail on 480 acres in the western portion of a 3,521-acre preserve.


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Mt. Gower Open Space Preserve

Access: 17090 Gunn Stage Road. From State Route 67, take 10th Street (becomes San Vicente Road) south 6 miles into San Diego Country Estates. Turn left at Gunn Stage Road, go 1.8 miles to the entrance of Mt. Gower Open Space Preserve. Restrooms and drinking fountain at staging area.

Length and Elevation: 4.8 miles of trails, 1,625 feet to 2,650 feet.




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Barnett Ranch Preserve

Access: 1500 Deviney Lane. From SR-67, turn south on San Vicente Road/10th Street to Deviney Lane, turn right.

Length: 4 miles of multi-use trails include Valley View Trail, Overlook Trail, Rattlesnake Trail and Oak Loop Trail.


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Holly Oaks Park & Trail

Access: From SR-67 take Dye Road to the Holly Oaks Staging Area on the south side of Dye Road at Southern Oak Road.

Length and Elevation: 2 miles one way, 1,430 feet to 1,480 feet.

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Santa Ysabel Preserve

West Access: Take SR-78 toward Santa Ysabel. The trailhead and staging area are 1.4 miles before the town of Santa Ysabel. Trails open year-round, seven days a week from 8 am to sunset. Closed after rainfall or snow.

Length: 1,512-acre preserve with more than 4 miles of multi-use trails. 


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Dos Picos County Park

Access: 17953 Dos Picos Park Road. From SR-67 (Main Street) in Ramona, take Mussey Grade Road, continue 1.1 mile, turn right on Dos Picos Park Road to park entrance.

Length and Elevation: Nature trail length is about 0.5 mile, 1,506 feet elevation.

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Simon Preserve

Access: 23500 Bassett Street. From SR-78, take San Vicente Road/10th Street south, turn left on Arena Drive, left on Spangler Peak, then right on Bassett Street.

Length: 5 miles of rocky, multi-use trails on 650 acres


Ramona Community Park Trail

Access: From Main Street (State Route 78), turn north on Fifth Street, right on Aqua Lane, and take third driveway on right. Length and Elevation: 5 miles of trails, 1,425 feet to 1,515 feet.

 

Get to Know Our Trails

Get familiar with the Ramona hiking experience by browsing our recent features on local hikes and trails.

 

Additional trail information is available from Ramona Trails Association and County of San Diego.