WELCOME TO PQCANYON.COM, an innovative Eagle Scout project by Yash Huilgol (Troop 667 San Diego) to explore the jewels of the Los Penasquitos Canyon Preserve (PQ Canyon) on the Web, and to plan a perfect hike.


Yash Huilgol’s project involved refurbishing the existing mile markers and crossing signs in the Los Penasquitos Canyon as well as creating an interactive trail map that can be accessed by all the visitors to the Los Penasquitos Canyon through QR Codes, currently located at the kiosks at each of the trailheads.


With this project, hikers and visitors will be able to find out essential trail information at their fingertips. As always, please be courteous to other visitors on the trail and always respect nature. 


Click here to view the access points to the Los Penasquitos Canyon Preserve.


To view the Interactive Trail Map for the Los Penasquitos Canyon Preserve, click either of the two options:


                    Interactive Map for Mobile Devices

                    Interactive Map for Computers


To view the specialized pages for each mile marker with basic but important information such as distances, click here:

Penasquitos Park Village (North) or Mira Mesa (South)


To view the general map for the Los Penasquitos Canyon, click here.


RULES AND REGULATIONS

  1. All recreational activities are day-use only: Parking lots close at sunset

  2. Bicycles are allowed only on designated trails, speed limit is 10 miles per hour as posted.

  3. Dogs must be contained on a maximum 8 foot leash at all times.

  4. All plants, animals, rocks, artifacts, and structures are protected. Do not remove, disturb, deface, or collect.

  5. Firearms, bows, slingshots, and air rifles are prohibited.

  6. Fires and fireworks of any kind are prohibited.

  7. Glass containers are prohibited.

  8. Littering and stream pollution are prohibited.

  9. Loud noise and amplified music are prohibited.

  10. Overnight camping is prohibited.




If you have any questions or comments, please email

info@pqcanyon.com

CARSON’S RIVER CROSSING

Site Updated

April 2, 2014