October 15, 2007 at 5:28 pm
Palomar Mountain State Park
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Hiking Woodson Mountain- The Mountain of the Moonlit Rocks Through the Fire
totomai | October 24, 2007 at 2:03 pm
what amazes me is how detailed your adventures are written. wala ka nagdala mountain lions? hehehe. kumpleto na seasons e. hehe
liked the autumn colors 🙂 missed autumn na
John, this mountain is presently scorched by the Witchfire that started in Ramona. I feel a little bit sad that this mountain will no longer look how it was before, and I pray that the fire won’t go all the way up since the evacuees are there up in the observatory.
Tunja | August 11, 2008 at 8:58 pm
Do you know the latest situation of this area after the fire? I’ve been searching for Cleveland National Forest and came to your blog. I love it.
I feel like going to a forest for camping close to San Diego and I think Cleveland National Forest is the best option but I don’t know its current situation.
Cheers from San Diego
Andi | September 14, 2008 at 8:44 pm
Thank you for the beautiful pix and nice blog. Tunja. No worries about the fire damage. It is absolutely beautiful up on Mt. Palomar and looks just like in the blog’s pix. We have been up there camping almost every weekend this summer (2008) and now have a permanent getaway place there which will allow us to enjoy the seasons including the snow. You can say the Mt. Palomar Bug has bit us and we are totally in love with it. We highly recommend camping, hiking and visiting Mt. Palomar. You will see the fire damage on your drive up the South Grade but once you reach the top it is just as beautiful as always. Have a great time!
Melissa Howe | January 25, 2009 at 12:38 pm
Beautiful picture….I have to visit in the fall.
odoy | March 21, 2011 at 11:15 am
Nice pick guys… i’m also like camping hiking. Nice share.. Thank’s
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