The intersection of the mountains of California cycling San Diego, CA to Yuma AZ


From San Diego to Yuma from California Asian region has only a few cycling routes, and they are really complicated, especially consider the mountain pass. You go from sea level to just over 4,000 feet. This godless riding with a lot of hills and heat. Often there are rigid side wind, and you get quite an explosion on a bicycle. The track is a little bit difficult for the first 22 miles, but I suggest you start with the Hotel Del Coronado, which helps you to enter in the route. Wind along the Pacific Ocean and rugged always blowing.

Now, since Del hotel, you go down to the south 75 km pavmil and nice to ride with the wind at his back. This will be the last for some time the beauty of the warm-up would be nice, considering the future, which is to come. Once you click on Palma Avenue. you're ready for your campaign to the east across the state bottom. Take the Palma Avenue north to Beer Boulevard East Orange Avenue, which turns into the Olympic Park. Turn left onto Hunter Parkway Park 1 mile East Otay Lake and then 7 miles to Hwy 94 94, you will suffer.

Then you take Hwy 94 to I-8 about 50 miles hard drive, dry, hot and long, and just before you get there, you take the Old Hwy 80 about 10 miles, which is then connected to the I-8 for a bit about 10 miles per pass 4,000 feet, it's really a recovery features. Next you exit on Hwy 98 and go to Calexico about 38 miles, but it's all down hill and refreshingly well considering the dusty desert and wind. But you are now in the apartments and can do a good clip through the desert.

Calexico After you pass another light, but rather boring for another 20 miles to Hwy Evan Hughes, who briefly with & # 39 is a front road, and then you come to Hwy 186 and head north to the junction and go to the Araz Araz Rd. in a state park Yuma Crossing, where you will travel to Yuma, AZ on Business 8 or Fifth Street. You did it for 177 miles, not bad for a 12-hour drive. I can offer a cruise through the town of Barnes & Noble, as an excellent reception center with a café, air-conditioned. In the meantime, I will prepare myself to my second day of riding in Phoenix on my trip to America.