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Annie's Canyon Trail, Solana Beach

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Hiking Trail · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
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  • Nice for brief hike for all kinds of folks. Offers a nice view of the surrounding marshes and Beach. The canyon itself is only like 5 minute walk through, but there are trails nearby to make the trip....  more
    Nice for brief hike for all kinds of folks. Offers a nice view of the surrounding marshes and Beach. The canyon itself is only like 5 minute walk through, but there are trails nearby to make the trip....  more »
  • Amazing place for adults and kids. We visited the area and needed an activity coming back from Legoland. This is a great adventure stop (take the hard route with adventuresome kids ages 5 and up). 
    Amazing place for adults and kids. We visited the area and needed an activity coming back from Legoland. This is a great adventure stop (take the hard route with adventuresome kids ages 5 and up).  more »
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  • Great walk! You can walk to the trail until under the train tracks and get to the ocean. My favorite where the flying/jumping fish!!! The cranes were so beautiful. I also liked the slot canyon. It's too and that people have carved into the sides, it really ruins it. But still my husband and I had so much fun waking and climbing.
  • The trail is a really cool experience. My 5 year old son loved it too. We got there about 9am and would recommend showing up early because it got busy quick. We were able to get through the slot canyons in about 10 minutes. They do get very narrow in some parts, probably about 2ft wide, so definitely more reason to go early and avoid getting stuck waiting to climb up the ladder at the end of the trail. The trail is about a half mile walk from the start of the trail to the actual slot canyons and there are several hills as well. Definitely bring some water.

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