Kwaay Paay Peak Trail


Activity: Day hike, Peak Bagging

2.5 miles, 875’ elevation gain,1.5 hour duration, rated Moderate

Date: 5-20-21

This is a cool little hike at Mission Trails Regional Park. It is not long, but it is somewhat testing. The Park calls this hike Difficult. I believe the reason for that designation is there are no switch backs, so it is pretty much straight forward, meaning rather steep. There are some steps carved out at one of the steeper spots, but be aware that the ground is dry and dusty so it is easy to slip. Proper footwear is important.

Once you make it to the top you can enjoy wonderful views of Mission Trails Regional Park and it’s other peaks such as Fortuna Mountain, Pyles Peak and Cowle’s Mountain as well as the surrounding San Diego area.

“Hiking is like Chicken Soup for your Soul.” -Roger Jenkins
Pursuing Balance Through Adventure 
Kwaay Paay Peak Trail Video on ‘Pursuing Balance Through Adventure’ YouTube Channel

Thanks for joining me ‘Pursuing Balance Through Adventure’ and this jaunt up Kwaay Paay Peak. A short little hike that is not short on effort or on views. It is good to get out and explore, even if it is only for a moment. To take in nature, the scenery, the experience, increasing the heart beats of life, feeling the sun and breeze on your skin, the smell of the fresh dirt under your boots coupled with the light scent of the brush and occasional wild flower. These ventures balance out our lives because the other side is busy, can be hectic and can use some balancing out. If you enjoyed this outing then I implore you to LIKE, COMMENT, FOLLOW and SHARE because there is more to come. Checkout the menu above. There are many places throughout the West that PBTA ventures off to and you might find something to put on your list. If you need Adventure Wear I got you covered, literately, at SHOP APPAREL and the bonus is the top quality gear is all logoed with the mantra that carries the message. Hope to see you along the path.

Happy Trails-

Roger Jenkins

Pursuing Balance Through Adventure

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