NOTE: Our Google map is being updated.
Click the box with an arrow on the top left corner of the interactive trail map to bring out a list of all the trail segments on the map. Click on one of the trail segments from the list to highlight it on the map and bring up information about it.
The gaps are shown on the map as red lines, and some of the segments are concept alignments only with no public access.
Completed segments that are open to the public are the green lines. The purple lines are other SDRP trails open to the public that are not part of the Coast to Crest Trail. The SDRP Focused Planning Area boundary is the yellow line.
The status of the Coast to Crest Trail can also be viewed on our trails Story Map (Planned Trails) (link opens in new window). 49 miles of the 71-mile-long planned trail are complete today, but several trail gaps remain.
Or, click on one of the headings below to bring up more information about that trail section or gap.
Section 1: Beach to Polo Fields
This 3.50-mile section of trail is 71% complete, which includes the current 2.50-mile trail segment from Jimmy Durante Blvd. to El Camino Real.
There are two remaining gaps, described below.
Section 2: Polo Fields to Santa Fe Valley
This 4.8-mile section is 14% complete. The completed section travels through the County’s Lusardi Creek Preserve. The gaps are described below.
Section 3: Santa Fe Valley to Highway 78
This 22-mile section is 100% complete. This section goes through Santa Fe Valley, Del Dios Gorge, the north shore of Lake Hodges, past Sikes Adobe Historic Farmstead and Mule Hill, and through San Pasqual Valley. There are no gaps in this section.
Section 4: Highway 78 to Boden Canyon
This 5-mile section is 0% complete. The gaps in this section are described below. The map segment is a concept alignment only.
Section 5: Boden Canyon to end of Upper SY Truck Trail
Pamo Trail completed in 2019. This 12.6-mile section is complete, which includes the 3.3-mile-long Lower Santa Ysabel Truck Trail, 3.3-mile-long Pamo Valley segment, and the 4.9-mile-long Upper Santa Ysabel Truck Trail.
Section 6: Sutherland Reservoir to Santa Ysabel West
This 8.38-mile section is 0% complete. The gaps are described below. The map segment is a concept alignment only.
Section 7: Santa Ysabel West to Highway 79
This 2.7-mile section is 15% complete. The completed 0.40-mile section is within the County’s Santa Ysabel Open Space Preserve West. The mapped trail segment is a concept alignment only.
Section 8: Highway 79 to Volcan Mountain Trailhead
This 1.15-mile section starts at the Santa Ysabel Open Space Preserve trailhead at Farmer Road. Farmer Road connects the trailhead to Volcan Mountain Summit trailhead, but a separated trail is desired.
Page last updated January 28, 2019.