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Torrey Pines Reserve Lodge and Visitor Center | La Jolla, Trails

Torrey Pines Reserve


5 Things You Need To Know


The Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve is open from 7:15 am to sunset, allowing you to enjoy its natural beauty during daylight hours. If you plan to visit the Visitor Center-Museum Shop, it's open from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm, providing you with valuable information and opportunities to explore the reserve further. It is a good idea to check the park website to make sure there are no changes to these hours when you plan to visit. 

Guided Hikes

If you're interested in guided hikes at Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve, you're in luck! They offer guided hikes at 10:00 am on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays. It's a great way to enhance your experience and learn more about the natural wonders of this beautiful reserve. Don't miss the opportunity to join one of these informative hikes during your visit! 

Torrey Pines Reserve Visitor Center & Museum Shop

The Visitor Center & Museum Shop at Torrey Pines State Reserve has souvenirs, clothes, art, and things made from Torrey Pine wood. You will find everything you need at the La Jolla Visitor Center.

Getting there

To reach Torrey Pines State Reserve, located between La Jolla and Del Mar just north of San Diego, the best option is to drive with your own car or a rental car. Taxis and ridesharing services are also available as alternative transportation options. 

12600 N Torrey Pines Rd, La Jolla, CA 92037


Torrey Pines State Reserve offers a variety of hiking trails for different skill levels and interests:

Guy Fleming Trail: An easy trail, about 2/3 mile long, with two scenic overlooks.

Parry Grove Trail: This trail covers half a mile and includes steep entry and exit with over 100 stone steps.

High Point Trail: A short 100-yard trail with a steep incline, leading to a scenic overlook.

Razor Point Trail: Approximately 2/3 mile in length, providing scenic views.

Beach Trail: A 3/4-mile trail that goes downhill to the beach, offering a unique coastal experience.

Broken Hill Trail: This trail is 1.3 miles long and descends to the beach, offering a longer hike with stunning coastal scenery.

Choose a trail that suits your fitness level and enjoy the natural beauty of Torrey Pines State Reserve.

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