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Are you up for an active adventure?

Our guided hikes are an incredible way to transcend your body and mind while enjoying the beautiful scenery that San Diego has to offer.

If you are looking for an activity to do in the San Diego area, a hiking tour is a great way to experience nature and get active. 

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Soak in the views around San Diego. Choose from Cowles Mountain, Torrey Pines and Mission Trails.

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2.5+ Hours

Between the hike and yoga, your experience will be between 2.5-3 hours! 

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A certified trail guide will lead the hike and then walk you through a guided meditation and yoga after!

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Life happens! We offer flexible refunds and cancellations up to 48 hours before the scheduled departure time. No refunds for cancellations after the 48-hour mark!

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mat & water

Don't have a yoga mat? We've got you! We provide water, snacks, and your yoga mat!

Ready For

an adventure?

Private tours operate daily and require

a minimum of 2 people.

ON SALE FOR $89/person (valued at $178)

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  • Day Pack

  • Light jacket

  • Hat

  • Sunscreen

  • Closed-toe, good traction shoes

  • Flashlight (for sunset/evening hikes

  • Trekking Poles (If needed. Loaners available upon request)

  • Fun attitude

Which location is right for me?


Consider your fitness level and how challenging you want your hike.

Here is a brief summary of each hike:

The easiest of our hikes, our Mission Trails location will take you through local floral and fauna surrounded by mountains and passing San Diego Mission Dam. 3 mile-loop.


Torrey Pines
This location is a step above the Mission Trail but still isn't very strenuous. You begin by descending down the trail to the sand and sea for beach yoga and the climb comes after.

Less than 1 mile. 


Cowles Mountain

Cowles Mountain is San Diego's tallest peak and while this is the most strenuous of our hikes, it is still doable and you will be rewarded with 360 degree views that spread from Mexico to as far north as Catalina.

Think stair climber and high elevation treadmill as a comparison when booking this experience. 3 miles roundtrip with 1.5  miles of 950ft of elevation gain.

What should I bring?

We've covered the yoga mat, water, and snacks but here are a few things you should bring:

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