Calavera Nature Preserve in Carlsbad

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The Calavera Nature Preserve wasn’t an easy trail to return home from. It was easy going down the incline at the start of the trail, but the return back home was one that I will need to get into better shape for (and return to see more of in the future.) I do want to return, after hearing that there is an extinct volcano on this trail. After reading that this was a wildlife preserve, and hearing some scrambling in the bush around me a few times, I kept an eye on the ground to make sure that nothing came out and surprised me. There were a good number of homes surrounding the preserve and overlooking it, and I imagine they had some great views from above.


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