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Calavera Preserve Trail Professional Review and Guide
"Guajome Regional Park has a nice mix of wild and civilized features. There’s cattail-fringed Guajome Lake for fishing, two picnic grounds, a large campground, and a grassy knoll that serves as a wedding site. Guajome’s 4-mile trail system encircles Guajome Lake and visits a small pond hidden in a secluded back corner of the park. The park’s topography is gentle, making almost all of its trails ideal for jogging as well as walking."
--Jerry Schad, Afoot & Afield: San Diego County (Wilderness Press).
This is a great hike I parked high at the entrance so I would have a nice hike back up the hill to my car 5.2 miles in a little over two hours and I hike to the summit which is definitely could be an ankle breaker be careful stay on the trails over all beautiful hike lots of mountain bikes trails.
Parked at bottom of hill and hiked out to water tower and back. Good time.
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