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San Diego Sea to Sea Trail Foundation

Committed to building a 140-mile multi-use trail from North Beach, Torrey Pines, to the Salton Sea, California. Our aims are to preserve the great American environment, encourage ecological tourism and build a recreational and educational resource to be enjoyed for generations to come.
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6326 Lake Ariana
San Diego , CA 92119
Contact Person: Kristen Greenaway
Phone: 619 303 6975
Fax: 619 303 6965
E-Mail: kgreenaway@seatoseatrail.org
Website: http://www.seatoseatrail.org

Detailed Information:
The San Diego Sea to Sea Trail Foundation is building a 140-mile long, multi-use trail that will run from the Salton Sea, to the Pacific Ocean near Del Mar, California. This particular stretch of land the Trail passes through is like no other trail in a relatively short geographical distance. From the beach of the world’s largest ocean, coastal wetlands, lakes and streams, up mountains and through forests, and then down to a desert to reach California’s largest lake – and a salt-water lake at that. Hence its environmental and geographic uniqueness.

The Foundation is doing more than merely building a trail, it is: 1. Fostering environmental awareness and a love of the outdoors; 2. Establishing an educational resource for Trail users to learn about the wildlife and history of this part of the world; and 3. Creating an adventure for hikers, mountain bikers and equestrians.

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