Saturday, June 11, 2011


Ry and I packed up our bikes and headed over to the San Luis Rey River Trail this afternoon. It has been a June Gloom type of day, but it was fairly warm out (probably 60 or so, just all overcast) so we figured it was nice bike riding weather. We did a little geo caching along the trail (we went 4 for 4) and a little cruising. I didn't get any pictures of me, but I finally got some of Ry on his bike :) We were using the picture op as a distraction so that other bike riders didn't think it was weird that we kept stopping along the trail to look for caches.

Trail Description:

The trail is a Class I bicycle trail open to pedestrians as well. The trail is 7.2 miles, one way, from the Neptune access (west end) to the eastern-most point on the College Bridge. The trail follows the path of the San Luis Rey River. This relatively flat trail is safe for all age groups, is completely separate from motorized traffic, and is free of stop signs and traffic lights.

This multiuse trail may be used for recreational purposes by other non-motorized users such as hikers, runners and roller-bladers. It is not intended for equestrian use due to its design and limited width. Motor vehicles are prohibited. Walkers and runners are welcome to bring their dogs to the trail for exercise as well. Dogs using the trail must be on a leash no longer than 6 feet. If you use the trail with your four-legged friends, please pick up after them to keep the trail enjoyable for everyone!

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