Volcan Mountain Foundation

2022-01-27T13:39:04-08:00January 29th, 2022|A Closer Look, Hiking in Julian, Julian Organizations, Julian Visitor Activities, Podcast Post|

Why is Volcan Mountain important to preserve? Abundant water Unique habitat and wildlife with sensitive, rare and endangered species Wildlife corridors, connectivity and open space Cultural history Recreation Rising over 5,000 feet, the Volcan Mountain range is the dominant scenic feature for a significant portion of San Diego's backcountry and visible [...]

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 Traipsing through Time 

2021-05-17T12:59:09-08:00May 17th, 2021|Hiking in Julian, Julian History, Posts by Locals|

by Albert Simonson As you step out of the Julian town hall with good advice in mind and trail flyers in hand, all you need for a good time is to drive left down Main Street. You pass a homey restaurant, a pie shop, the pioneer cemetery, and drive uphill a bit. Main Street [...]

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Take a Trip To Lake Cuyamaca and Teach Children about Nature Conservation

2021-01-26T12:37:26-08:00December 29th, 2020|Hiking in Julian, Julian Visitor Activities|

By Sara Eggerton. Over the past 40 years, the world’s vertebrate wildlife populations have decreased by as much as 60%, according to the World Wildlife Fund (WWF). In order for our natural heritage to be preserved for generations to come, children need to be taught about the importance of conservation from a very young age. One [...]

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HIking Tips

2021-01-26T12:37:41-08:00March 13th, 2019|Helpful Tips and Tricks, Hiking in Julian|

Are you considering going on a hike in or near Julian? There are many premier trekking destinations in the Julian area encompassing some of the best trails in the San Diego backcountry and Southern California. Let’s explore the top hiking trails in Julian, while providing tips to stay safe and have a fantastic hiking experience. [...]

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