Southern California   Outdoor Activities



  • 04.16.15

    The New Social Network: National Parks!
    The new social network … is the great outdoors! National Parks are offering free admission this weekend in honor of National Park Week (April 18-26). From south to north, here are some of our state's greats.
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  • 04.9.15

    Geek Outdoors
    Grab a visor and strap on a fanny pack! It's time to explore your local outdoors the way a tourist might! Here are some fun ways to geek out(side).
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  • 04.2.15

    Easter Au Naturel
    Easter pastels have gone au naturel—courtesy of nature. Here are some fun ways to get outdoors and explore, plus hide some eggs along the way.
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  • 03.26.15

    Joshua Tree on a Whim
    A desert escape to Joshua Tree National Park is just what the "doctor" ordered … a landscape of climbable towering granite rock, marvelous hikes, and a place to soak your bones and sip a cocktail after adventures among the whimsically wild trees. You'll feel like you've been transported to the pages of a Dr. Seuss book. Oh, the places you'll go!
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  • 03.19.15

    A Little Buzz
    Who doesn't love a good buzz? No, not that kind of buzz. The buzz you get when you stop to refuel at a small airport diner as part of your outdoor adventure. Here are a few ways to get outside and go for brunch too (coffee and beer buzz optional).
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  • 03.12.15

    Spring for Adventure Hikes
    Daylight is increasing, so spring for a longer hike (or for a hike you'll want to linger longer at). Here are a few classics to conquer.
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  • 03.5.15

    Swing Up to the Coast
    There's a reason people like hiking to high places in San Luis Obispo. This Central Coast adventureland is surrounded by ancient volcanoes, rolling green hills, and a dramatic coastline. Toss in some tree swings, and see SLO from new heights on any of these three hikes.
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  • 02.26.15

    Bike to Beer
    Los Angeles and "beer scene" haven’t always gone together, but that's changing. Upstart breweries are earning accolades across the Southland and so are the bike trails that lead to them. Here are three bike-to-brews rides that go down smooth.
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