Stunning panoramic views meet southern Californian beach culture on a breathtaking bike ride to remember.
Start your adventure at the top of Mt Soledad where you'll drink in incredible 360 degree panoramic vistas of the City of San Diego, the Pacific Ocean and the hills of Mexico before enjoying a thrilling descent to lively Pacific Beach
Cruise along the board walk and quaint streets, showcasing San Diego's outdoor lifestyle and rich local color, while checking out luxurious homes and stunning sandstone cliffs. Cycle to La Jolla village where you'll soak up the sights before enjoying a close-up view of dozens of harbor seals at Children's Pool.
Next up, it's the sea caves of La Jolla where you'll enjoy views of the famous Clam's Cave and have the opportunity to walk down the 144 steps into Sunny Jim's Cave, the only land-accessible sea cave in the La Jolla Ecological Marine Reserve.
Finish your adventure with an exciting cruise along the historical Coast Walk Trail and enjoy amazing cliffside views of the dramatic coastal setting that provided the inspiration for the many local writers and poets who flocked to La Jolla during its reign as a leading artist colony.
Discover the area as never before on a guided bike ride to remember. Everything is included and cycling is at a leisurely pace with plenty of stops along the way.
Tour includes hire of Gary Fisher 21-speed bike, helmet, transportation to Mt. Soledad, bottled water, tour guide and Cave Store admission
After the thrilling descent down Mt. Soledad, cruise into lively Pacific Beach. Bike to Crystal Pier and ride down Pacific Beach's infamous Boardwalk, full of life and southern California beach culture. Continue over to Mission Beach and cruise along the peaceful bay walk before exploring the quaint backstreets of La Jolla and Bird Rock to check out the luxurious homes and stunning sandstone cliff sides.
Ride to Windansea Beach, a well-known surf spot where some of the best surfers can be seen catching big waves then, ride into the village of La Jolla village, once a renowned artist colony, still home to the Museum of Contemporary Art. While here, you will stop to view the dynamic Pleasure Point exhibit, a great photo opportunity while on the bike tour!
Then, it's over to the Children’s Pool for a close up view of the dozens of harbor seals, which have claimed this beach as their own. Park the bikes to walk out onto the seawall for an up close look at the harbor seals. Continue on to the world famous La Jolla Cove for a glimpse of La Jolla's Ecological Reserve. Ride up Coast Blvd. to check out the Clam’s Cave amidst the spectacular sea cliff; the Clam's Cave is the only sea cave visible from street level.
Next stop along the bike tour is the historical landmark, the Cave Store, where you’ll park the bikes to walk down the 144 steps into Sunny Jim's Cave. Sunny Jim's Cave is the only land accessible sea cave, and your admission fee is included with the bike tour.
Finally, you’ll finish off this San Diego bike tour by cruising along the historical Coast Walk Trail that houses La Jolla's seven sea caves. The view from this amazing cliffside is astounding, and was the point of inspiration for many local writers and poets during La Jolla's reign as an artist colony.