Larger Airedale Terriers 360° Video Hike

Larger Airedale Terriers 360°

My two larger Airedales Annie and Teddy at the San Diego river where it goes through Mission Trails Regional Park.

Mission Trails Regional Park is about 5,700 acres and the largest regional park west of the Mississippi.

The river is not very wide here and in the summer, there is usually no water. This video was taken just after our Thanksgiving large rain storm and so there was quite a lot of water in the river and it was flowing quite fast. Continue reading “Larger Airedale Terriers 360° Video Hike”

Airedale Hike – Mission Trails Regional Park

Airedale Hike – San Diego Mission Trails Regional Park

Dog hiking in Mission Trails Regional Park at the river trail-head at Mission Gorge Road & Jackson Drive. This is a nice wide trail that goes down to the San Diego River. The river is usually dry in the summer. But, even with a little water, you can cross by going just a little west of the main crossing & avoid getting wet.

Now, the trail going up on the Tierrasanta side is steeper than the San Diego side, but, still easy. These trails are good for your dog especially late in the day, because they are mostly shaded from direct sun and they are really wide. Continue reading “Airedale Hike – Mission Trails Regional Park”

Airedale Terrier Hike 360

Insta360 One X Airedale Terrier Hike 360

This video is made using my new Insta360 One X camera. The video was shot at Cowles Mountain (the highest point in the city of San Diego) approaching the summit by coming up the Barker Way trail.

I tried to get my Airedale Terrier, Annie out for this hike about five days a week.  She really looks forward to it, enjoyed the exercise meeting new people and other dogs as well as occasionally seeing some San Diego wildlife. Because it can get pretty warm here in San Diego we usually do this hike late in the afternoon, and if it’s time just right, we can get up at the summit in time for a sunset over the Pacific Ocean Continue reading “Airedale Terrier Hike 360”