Torrey Pines State Reserve

12600 N Torrey Pines Road, La Jolla, CA 92037

The Torrey Pines State Reserve sits royally overlooking the sea. It is home to the nation’s rarest pine tree- Pinus torreyana, where it is preserved and celebrated along with a rich wildflower and plant community. Hike through well-kept trails with scenic cliffside views of the coast. Torrey Pines State Beach can also be accessed from the reserve during low tide.

  • Made up of 6 different trails

  • Beach access

  • Panoramic views

  • Scenic landscape of plants and wildlife

  • Some trails are closed in the event of rain to prevent erosion


  • All trails are under 1 mile except for Broken Hill Trail (1.3 miles)

  • Not dog friendly

  • Visitor center open 9:30am - 5pm

  • Family friendly

  • Free and paid parking

  • Hikes range from steep to easy

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