HIKE SIX ICONIC PEAKS IN SAN DIEGO COUNTY
This 5,353' peak in the small Volcan Mountain Range, just north of Julian, has views that stretch from Catalina Island to the Salton Sea.
San Diego's second highest peak, with views that on a clear day can stretch from Mexico to the Coronado Islands.
Better known for the side-trip to "Potato Chip Rock", Mount Woodson is popular for a reason.
Hot Springs Mountain
At 6,535' Hot Springs Mountain is the tallest in San Diego County, making it a must-hike peak for high-pointers.
High Point (Palomar)
The highest point on Mount Palomar? 6,138' High Point, with a strenuous 13 mile hike to match.
El Cajon Mountain
At 3,648' El Cajon Mountain is not the tallest by far, but this 11 mile trek climbs 4,000 vertical feet, making it one of the toughest in San Diego.
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The Six-Pack of Peaks Challenge supports Big City Mountaineers – a great non-profit organization that instills critical life skills by mentoring under-resourced youth through wilderness adventures.
A portion of the proceeds from each registration helps support BCM. Love to help? Join our fundraising team and make your summits count for even more!