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La Jolla Coast Bike Tour with Downhill Ride from Mt Soledad

Highlights
  • 2.5-hour bike tour from La Jolla
  • Explore the beautiful coastline of the San Diego area with a local naturalist guide
  • Zoom downhill from the top of Mt Soledad, an 822-foot (251-meter) hill with 360-degree views
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La Jolla Coast Bike Tour with Downhill Ride from Mt Soledad
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Overview
Explore the San Diego coastline and the charming town of La Jolla via bicycle on this 2.5-hour cycling tour. Ride to the top of Mt Soledad with an experienced cycling guide to see panoramic views of La Jolla's beachside cliffs and Pacific Beach's surf breaks. This 10-mile (16-km) ride is suitable for most abilities, but some experience is recommended. Enter one of La Jolla's famed sea caves to learn about the protected shoreline's rich marine life from a naturalist guide. All biking equipment is provided, as well as snacks and water.
What to Expect
Make your way to the bike tour office in La Jolla to meet your guide and tour group. Get fitted for a Bianchi hybrid bike and a helmet, then listen to a short orientation and safety briefing. Climb aboard the bike shop's tour van for the short drive to the top of Mt Soledad, the region's highest coastal peak.

From the top of the mountain, enjoy the panoramic views of the coast and the city, then hop on your bike and start making your way down the mountain. At your own pace, ride about 3.5 miles (5.5 km) towards the coast through La Jolla's charming atmosphere and photo-worthy scenery. 

Stop at seal beach to see the town's resident Harbor seals and check out Children's Pool. Stop at the bluffs overlooking La Jolla Cove and Ecological Reserve for some photo ops, then marvel at the variety of marine life found in the tidal pools.

At the coast, head for Sunny Jim's, the only one of the famous La Jolla sea caves that is accessible by land. Listen to a naturalist guide talk about the geology and ecology of the caves. 

Back on your bike, pedal to Mission Beach and Pacific Beach, the area's two most popular surf breaks. After watching some surfers work their magic on the Pacific Ocean waves, ride back to your starting point on pleasant back roads through San Diego's quiet beach communities. 

Your tour ends back at the bike shop after 2.5 hours. 
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1 - 5 of 9 reviews

Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
LaJolla Coast bike tour

My husband and I were the only one on the tour. We had a fantastic time. I enjoyed going through so.e of the beautiful coastal neighborhoods and seeing the southern California architecture and vegetation. We we able to spend a lot of time with the...More

Thank AlbanyNYLovetotravel
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Not a bad way to spend the day

Pretty easy bike ride, with a relatively steep downhill. Had a great time, and was able to see a whole bunch of the coastline.

Thank t0nyvee
Reviewed 11 August 2018
Disappointing

Our family of four were underwhelmed by this experience. It started with us having to pump up the flat tires on all four bikes using an old crappy bike pump. Once at the summit of Mount Soledad much of the steep descent was on busy...More

1  Thank R M
lajollakayak, General Manager at La Jolla Kayak, responded to this reviewResponded 15 August 2018

Hello, We are so sorry for your recent experience during our bike tour. Providing a safe and positive experience for our customers is our main goal, and we are continually striving to keep systems in place to ensure this. We value your feedback and have...More

Reviewed 7 August 2018
Bicycling for all ages!

We picked this guided bike tour, as it was advertised as intermediate. The bus takes you and your bike to the top of Mt. Soledad and you wind downhill thru a small neighborhood. There are a few hills and steps, as you get to get...More

2  Thank Crystal J
Reviewed 3 July 2018
A great bike ride!

This was a fun bike trip (that is not all downhill!) We had a few steep hills and did walk up one. We got to see a lot of the sites in La Jolla.. Loved our tour guides!(Can't remember their names) They were very informative!...More

1  Thank Lori M
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Tim D
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Response from Lori M | Reviewed this property |
There were people that walked in and booked.
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