Ho Chi Mihn Trail
Best time to hike: Year Around
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Ho Chi Min Trail San Diego
To access this trail park you car anywhere on the street and head over to the start of the red marker on the map. The entrance to the trail has a few small signs but it’s easy to miss if you blink. The trail is maintained by fellow hikers and surfers so if you aren’t in good shape I don’t recommend attempting. When the trail is wet it can get very slippery and because many parts of this trail follow the edge of a cliff so be careful people.
At one point I had to walk on this narrow sketchy log placed over a riven if I feel off it would have hurt. Once your at the beach you got a couple options. Walk south and checkout some great surf or walk north and you will see a bunch of nudist. If you like that stuff more power to you I got nothing against it so I checked it out for myself. Be prepared to see some old wrinkly balls and some serious sag. Sadly I’ve never seen an attractive naked female there but don’t let me stop you from trying for yourself.
If you hike south on the beach you will come to a weird mushroom type house that is owned by the university and parking lot. You can follow that road back up to get to your car or be like the guy of the dos equis guy, man up and go back the way your came down.
“The Ho Chi Minh trail is one of those trails I’ll never forget. Not for the faint at heart. It’s step and slippery but the view at the bottom is pretty sweet”
Martha C.San Diego ,Ca
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