Summer Activities

Getting together with our HCS friends doesn't stop at the end of the school year. Whether you like to lay back and enjoy the cool breeze, catch some waves, or work at getting your steps in, HCS members can enjoy staying connected through the summer by joining us on Beach Mondays, Hiking Thursdays, and/or Surfing Fridays. While others travel to our city for summer, get out and enjoy the perks of living in beautiful San Diego along side your HCS friends.  IMPORTANT: These are family events and at least one parent must to be present with their child(ren) at all times. No drop-offs allowed.

HCS Summer Beach Mondays

Mission Beach, San Diego
Student at pupkin patch
Mondays
10 am - 4 pm
June 13 - August 22, 2022

 

  • June 13 - South Mission (Lifeguard Tower 10)
  • June 20 - La Jolla (Lifeguard Tower 32)
  • June 27 - South Mission (Lifeguard Tower 10)
  • July 4 - N/A
  • July 11 - La Jolla (Lifeguard Tower 32)
  • July 18 - South Mission (Lifeguard Tower 10)
  • July 25 - La Jolla (Lifeguard Tower 32)
  • August 1 - South Mission (Lifeguard Tower 10)
  • August 8 - La Jolla (Lifeguard Tower 32)
  • August 15 - South Mission (Lifeguard Tower 10)

Pack the kids, sunscreen, beach gear, lunch and head to the Beach. Join your HCS friends and make new friends at the beach every Monday of the summer. 

For more information contact Trilby Bias at trilbybias@gmail.com.

IMPORTANT: This is a family event and at least one parent must to be present with their child(ren) at all times. No drop-offs allowed.

HCS Summer Hiking Thursdays

If the beach is not really your thing and you prefer a fun work out hiking through some of San Diego's beautiful trails, Thursdays are for you. Or enjoy BOTH outings because it's summer! See meeting locations for each week below. Please note that there will be NO meeting on July 14, 2022.

For more information contact Kelly Cooper at i_flyum@hotmail.com or Trilby Bias at trilbybias@gmail.com.

IMPORTANT: This is a family event and at least one parent must to be present with their child(ren) at all times. No drop-offs allowed.

June 16, 2022
Mission Trails Regional Park

Father Junipero Sera trail to the Old Mission Dam, 5.4 miles out/back, very easy hike. Optional add-on of the 1.0 mile Climbers loop trail with a 407’ elevation gain.  Trail begins at the Mission Trails Regional Park Visitors Center.  

Mission Trails Regional Park online information.

June 23, 2022
Peñasquitos Canyon Waterfall

6.1 mile out-and-back with an elevation gain of approx. 300 feet.  We will begin this trail at the entrance to Camino Ruiz Park in Mira Mesa.  Leashed dogs are allowed.

Explore Los Penasquitos Canyon Trail | AllTrails

Camino Ruiz Neighborhood Park - Google Maps

June 30, 2022
Oak Oasis Preserve

2.6 mile loop with a scenic overlook.  Easy route with minimal elevation gain.  Leashed dogs are allowed.

Oak Oasis County Preserve - Google Maps

July 7, 2022
North Shore Lake Hodges

North Shore Lake Hodges trail starting at the parking lot across the street from Hernandez Hideaway Restaurant and traveling to the Lake Hodges Dam.  5 miles Out and back on easy terrain with minimal elevation gain.

Lake Hodges Trail info on All Trails

San Dieguito River Trail - Google Maps

July 21, 2022
7 Brides Urban Hike

This is a very easy 5-mile walk thru some of San Diego’s neighborhoods crossing over 7 iconic and historical bridges, including a swaying suspension bridge!  Hike begins at the Inez Grant Parker Memorial Rose Garden bridge in Balboa Park.

San Diego’s 7 Bridges Hike

Inez Grant Parker Memorial Rose Garden - Google Maps

July 28, 2022
Lake Murray Trail

An easy and well-shaded 5.7 mile out-and-back trail for walking/biking/running with a 108ft elevation gain.  Leashed dogs are allowed.  Parking lot and trail head are at the end of Kiowa Drive, off Lake Murray Blvd.

Lake Murray Trail Head - Google Maps

August 4, 2022
Annie's Canyon Trail

Annie’s Canyon Trail in Solana Beach.  1.5 mile loop along San Elijo lagoon with great views of the ocean and a surprising little Slot Canyon at the east end.   Elevation gain of 423 feet.  Dogs allowed on a leash.  We will begin this hike at the north end of North Rios Avenue in Solana Beach.  Park along the street (no parking lot available).  Leashed dogs are allowed on the trail but not thru the Slot Canyon.

annie's canyon trail san diego - Search (bing.com)

Annie's Canyon Trail - Google Maps

August 11, 2022
Torrey Pines Beach Trail

Torrey Pines Beach Trail at Torrey Pines State National Reserve.  This is a 2.4-mile out-and-back trail that can be best described as “down and back up”.  There is a 364 ft. elevation loss from the beginning of the trail head, down to the beach.  Please know that the trail head begins across from the visitor’s center in the State Park, so either you can park on the street for free and walk up the very steep hill into the park, or you can pay the State Park fee to park at the trail head and walk down with us, then back up to your car. 

Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve by Torrey Pines Docent Society

Torrey Pines Beach Trail Loop - California | AllTrails

Torrey Pines State Reserve - Google Maps

HCS Summer Surf Fridays

La Jolla Beach, CA
Fridays

More details to come.

Dust off the surf suit and board and head out to catch some waves with your HCS friends. 

For more information contact Trilby Bias at trilbybias@gmail.com.

IMPORTANT: This is a family event and at least one parent must to be present with their child(ren) at all times. No drop-offs allowed.

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