The Plunge E-Bike Tour in La Jolla

9 Ratings
  • Live Guide
  • E-Ticket
  • 2 hr

Cruise from Downtown La Jolla all the way up to Mt. Soledad on our brand new fleet of E-Bikes . Enjoy the most epic adventure that features dramatic views of our city. From the highest coastal mountain top, we cruise along the sun-soaked beaches of Windansea, Bird Rock, all the way to La Jolla Cove, and throughout the Village too. Along the way, wide eyes take in luxury homes, sea-lions, dramatic ocean views, Mother Nature, and so much more too. Complimentary bottled water and snacks are also provided. .

Itinerary Details

Operated by: Another Side Of San Diego Tours

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La Jolla Village is a mixed residential/business neighborhood in the coastal San Diego community of La Jolla. La Jolla Village Square and The Shops at La Jolla Village are in the center of the neighborhood and contain a variety of stores, restaurants, apartments, a post office and two movie theaters.

Stop At: Mt. Soledad National Veterans Memorial

Mount Soledad, also known as Soledad Mountain, is a prominent landmark in the city of San Diego, California, United States. The mountaintop is the site of the Mount Soledad Cross, the subject of a 25-year controversy over the involvement of religion in government which concluded in 2016.

Duration: 10 minutes

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Check out the amazing lifestyles of the rich residents of La Jolla. The unique architecture, gardens, landscaping, and epic ocean views in the neighborhood is like no other place on earth.

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We ride along the Pacific Ocean for the majority of our tour.

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Award-winning coffee shop for organic, fair-trade java in stone-and-wood digs with big windows.

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Bird Rock is a seaside neighborhood within the larger community of La Jolla in San Diego, California. It lies on the Pacific Ocean at the southernmost end of La Jolla, just north of Pacific Beach. The mostly residential neighborhood includes homes for 1,400 to 1,500 families, with a commercial district along the main street, La Jolla Boulevard. The shore is rocky and has no beach, but offshore reefs are used for surfing

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Windansea Beach is a stretch of coastline located in La Jolla, a community of San Diego, California. The neighborhood adjacent to the beach is named Windansea after the beach. It is named after the 1909 oceanfront Strand Hotel that was renamed "Windansea" Hotel in 1919 after the owner Arthur Snell ran a "naming contest". The Windansea Hotel which was located on Neptune Avenue between Playa del Sur and Playa del Norte burned down in 1943. Geographically, it is defined by the beachfront extending north of Palomar Avenue and south of Westbourne Street

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This eye-popping coastal area has cliffs & grassy parkland is popular for surfing, sun-bathing, jogging,

Pass By: Legends Gallery

Featuring the art of Dr. Seuss

Pass By: Children's Pool

Children's Pool Beach is a small sandy beach area located at 850 Coast Boulevard, at the end of Jenner Street, in San Diego, California. Aerial view of the pool, May 2011, with over 200 seals on the beach The Children's Pool earned its name after the construction of a concrete breakwater in 1931. The structure was gifted to the community of La Jolla by the local philanthropist Ellen Browning Scripps, who paid for the construction of a breakwater project in order to create a place where children could play and swim that would be protected from waves coming onshore and the beaches adjacent to this area.

Pass By: Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego

The Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, in San Diego, California, US, is an art museum focused on the collection, preservation, exhibition, and interpretation of works of art from 1950 to the present.

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An Iconic Destination Since 1926 Discover the luxury of La Valencia Hotel, an unforgettable destination that has welcomed guests, including the Hollywood elite, for more than 90 years. With her signature pink exterior and iconic tower, the elegant "Pink Lady" remains a renowned landmark on La Jolla's distinctive Prospect Street commanding the village bluffs with panoramic views of the Pacific coastline and beautiful La Jolla Cove. 114 pet-friendly rooms, suites and villas offer a cast of options from cozy boudoirs to a captivating penthouse or exclusive villas.

Pass By: La Jolla Caves

This tunnel was dug out by two Chinese laborers hired by German artist, mining engineer, and entrepreneur Gustav Schultz in 1902. It leads from the Cave Store, Schultz's original residence, down through the sandstone cliffs of La Jolla Cove and into Sunny Jim's Sea Cave.

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See one of the most visited restaurants in La Jolla. Renowned chef Trey Foshee's New American cuisine served in an elegant setting with amazing ocean views.

Pass By: Sunny Jim Cave

Tours of a tunnel running from a shop to a sea cave, dug in 1902 & said to be used for bootlegging.

Pass By: La Jolla Cove

La Jolla Cove is a small cove with a beach that is surrounded by cliffs in La Jolla, San Diego, California. Point La Jolla forms the south side of the cove. The area is protected as part of a marine reserve and is popular with snorkelers, swimmers and scuba divers.
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