This is the sixteenth sticker to be released in our San Diego Trail Series. The sticker is a durable, fade resistant & waterproof, 2"x2" hexagon shape which is meant to combine with other stickers in the series to form a larger unit.
Take our stickers on your adventures all year round. From the beach to cold mountains, our stickers will stay with you. Fade resistant for 3 to 5 years, the printing is water resistant too so you can safely run your stickers through the dishwasher or use them on your favorite water gear.
Only the best quality for our customers we provide stickers that can withstand exposure from rain, snow, sunlight and more. The stickers are printed on premium vinyl with a permanent adhesive and are coated with a protective laminate that makes them durable and resistant to fading, scratching, tearing, and water.
Tijuana Estuary is a coastal wetland located in Imperial Beach, California and encompasses approximately 2,500 acres. It consists of the Tijuana Slough National Wildlife Refuge; Border Field State Park; Navy Lands; San Diego County and San Diego City properties. The Tijuana Estuary Visitor Center is a great place to learn more about The Tijuana River National Estuarine Research Reserve as well as the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and how they play a role in the continued education and research of our coastal wetlands.
Tijuana River Estuary:
- Distance: 1 to 3 miles on looping or out-and-back routes
- Estimated Hiking Time: Varies
- Elevation Gain/Loss: Negligible
- Difficulty Level: Easy
- Ideal Hiking Times: All Year
Tips for hiking your own hike:
Plan Your Trip. Create an itinerary with contact information for all of those who are in your party and include thigs like the route and when you plan to return. Give it to someone who knows you will be gone this can even include checking in with the Rangers.
Check Conditions. Always double check the local conditions, weather and fire danger levels. A good place to start is checking with the Ranger District for the area you plan to visit.
Dress Appropriately. Sudden weather changes are common in the backcountry as well as on the coast so please be prepared!
Carry Water. It can be very hot and dry and even on cloudy days drinking water to stay hydrated is a must. For a full day’s hike, you should bring at least one gallon of water in moderate temperatures, and more in heat.
Bring Snacks. For longer hikes, a supply of trail snacks will help you maintain your energy level.
Stay on the Trails. The natural resources are fragile and for their survival they depend on correct trail etiquette as well as your own safety. Please don not cut new trails or cut switchbacks – proper trail maintenance depends on proper trail use.
Carry a First Aid Kit. A first aid kit can make the difference between an enjoyable hike and a potentially serious situation.
Wilderness Areas. Hike with caution, and be aware of your surroundings. Mountain lions, poison oak, bees, rattlesnakes and ticks are present.
Pace yourself. Travel at a reasonable speed, rest often, and drink lots of liquids
If You Get Lost. Stay calm and don't panic. Stop and try to figure out where you are. Use your head and not your legs. Three of any thing—such as shouts, whistle blasts, reflected light from a mirror—are a sign of distress. Carry a rescue whistle and small mirror for emergency use. Note: Cell phones do not always work if you don't have a signal.
Size: 2 x 2 in (5.08 x 5.08 cm)
- Weight: 0.1 oz (28.34 g)