Cowles Mountain Climb Topo Map

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At an elevation of 1,591 feet, the summit of Cowles Mountain is the highest point in Mission Trails Regional Park and the city of San Diego. This immensely popular hike can see hundreds of trekkers a day. There’s a good reason for the crowds—the hike is a challenging workout and the views are superb, including the Cabrillo Monument, downtown San Diego, La Jolla, and the Pacific. On clear mornings it seems all of Southern California lies within the 360-degree summit panorama, with views of San Clemente Island (81 miles away), the San Gabriel Mountains (108 miles away), the Laguna Mountains, and Mexico.
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San Diego, California

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