San Diego’s Seven Bridges Urban Hike | Complete Guide

San Diego’s 7 Bridges Hike – San Diego Tourism – Explore 7 famous bridges around Banker’s Hill, Hillcrest, University Heights, North Park and Balboa Park!

Jaycation hops on the electric skateboad and takes you on a 5.6 mile ride through the popular 7 bridges urban hike! Starting at the Park Boulevard Bridge near the San Diego Natural History Museum, we head west to the Cabrillo Bridge with a picturesque view of the Museum of Us and San Diego Tower. From the Cabrillo Bridge we skate to the First Avenue Bridge which is San Diego’s only Steel Bridge that was constructed somewhere else and shipped here! After the First Avenue Bridge we check out the Quince Street Bridge close by which back in the day served as a pathway to a local trolley station. From Quince Street Bridge we head to the most instagrammable bridge the Spruce Street Suspension Bridge. After we visit this shaky and picturesque bridge we enjoy the craftsman style homes and mansions and cross through Hillcrest to the Vermont Street Bridge which has many popular inspirational quotes to lead you over Washington Street over to University Heights. After Vermont Street Bridge we skate towards Georgia Street Bridge which is a historical landmark in San Diego which connects North Park and Hillcrest! Finally we head back towards the car passed the closed San Diego Zoo and back into Wild Animal Park.

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