Southern San Diego County Bikeways & Trails Map
Franko's latest colorful map covers the trails and bikeways of southern San Diego County from the glorious coast — Del Mar to Imperial Beach — to about twenty miles inland, including La Jolla, La Mesa, Santee, El Cajon, Miramar, Poway, Carmel Valley, Carmel Mountain Preserve, Los Penasquitos Canyon Preserve, San Diego National Wildlife Refuge, Lower Otay Reservoir, Sweetwater Reservoir, Steele Canyon County Park, Lake Miramar, Mission Trails Regional Park, more. Insets of Balboa Park and Cabrillo National Monument.
Printed in full color both sides, 14" x 21" unfolded, 4.25" x 7" folded.
Published by Franko's Maps.
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