Weekend Sherpa Podcast: Take it Outside

Weekend Sherpa Podcast: Take it Outside

Weekend Sherpa co-founders Brad Day and Holly Kulak discuss what’s happening outdoors in California—and a few points beyond!

Weekend Sherpa Podcast: Take it Outside.

NEW EPISODE: I Ain't Scared What's brewing? How about some hikes with spirits (actually, beer!), or adventures with just a bit of ghostly presence, but mostly just really good hikes and adventures to do in fall. This podcast edition is like a variety-bag of Halloween candy: lots of options! From NorCal best beaches to where to find the best waterfalls now that there's been some rain, plus redwoods, tarantulas, and a bonus pop-up nature event happening on Halloween, get your fill of fall fun. SoCal-based Weekend Sherpa writer Matt Pawlik also joins the podcast, providing the scoop on some secret hikes (with beer bonuses) in the San Gabriel Valley.

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