14449-14453 Range Park Rd
Poway, CA 92064

Trailhead: 32.975424, -117.015390

Fork in the Road (hike left): 32.976944, -117.007509
Tooth Rock: 32.979492, -117.011598

Hike: 3.2 miles total    Level: Mildly Strenuous

Dogs-Friendly: Yes    Kid-Friendly: Yes

Personal Experience: I remember hearing many years back that Tooth Rock was used as a marker for Native Americans during their long journeys. Ever since then I have been interested in visiting this spot. I was certainly not disappointed once I finally visited it! Tooth Rock is impressively large up close and offers a beautiful view of the valley. The hike is not too strenuous, although there is a hill you have to climb so be ready for it! The trail up the hill is filled with rocks, making it a bit difficult to climb. Make sure to wear proper hiking shoes.

This area gets a very showy display of wildflowers in the springtime:

You have a mild hill to climb. I'd pick the cooler months or an early morning/evening to do this hike:

I came across what I believe is a legless lizard:

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14449 Range Park Rd, Poway, CA 92064, USA

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