Hwy. 79, 5 miles north of I-8 • 760-765-3020 • Visit parks.ca.gov for more information.
Trail maps and information are available at Paso Picacho and Green Valley Falls camp kiosks, 8-4 daily.
Cuyamaca Peak: 3.5-mile hike from Paso Picacho at 5,000 feet to elevation of 6,512 feet. Views of deserts to the east, coast to the west and Lake Cuyamaca at the bottom.
Paseo Nature Trail: Easy .5-mile loop, scenic and level.
Indian Trail: Easy .75 mile one way. Well-marked trail to seasonal waterfall. Best in spring and early summer.
Green Valley Falls Trail: Approximately 4.5-mile loop.
Azalea Glen Loop Trail: Moderate 3.6 miles. Yearround stream. Native Kumeyaay grinding holes may be seen about .5 mile from trailhead.
Juaquapin Trail: Moderate 3 miles, scenic loop climbing via East Site Trail with a steep return by Dyar Spring Trail.
Conejo Spring Trail: Moderately strenuous 3.5 miles to summit. Rugged ascent over north shoulder of Cuyamaca Peak. Connects to paved road leading to summit. Descent to campground by paved fire road.
Stonewall Peak Trail: Moderately strenuous round trip of 4 miles, 900 feet gain in elevation, 360-degree view at top.
Oakzanita Peak Trail: Moderately strenuous 8-mile loop with 1,300 feet gain in elevation, and 5-mile loop with 1,200 feet gain in elevation.