Northern California   Outdoor Activities



  • 11.20.14

    Trailsgiving
    Thanksgiving, Friendsgiving, how about Trailsgiving? From fall colors to urban gems and protected lands, here are a few trails that give a lot of good stuff this time of year. Gobble 'em up!
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  • 11.13.14

    Did Somebody Say Desert?
    It's the largest state park in California, sprawling with 600,000 acres of magical rock terrain, hiking trails, and remote wilderness. Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, northeast of San Diego, is in top form during fall and winter, with cooler temps and spectacular colors. Pack a bag and go explore!
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  • 11.6.14

    Short and Sweet
    Shorter days make time of the essence for day hikes. Here are three that can be done in an hour. Sweet!
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  • 10.30.14

    Ghost for It
    For Halloween weekend we've scared up some classics for getting your freak on outdoors. Ghost there if you dare!
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  • 10.23.14

    Splurge Worthy
    We may be biased, but the West is the best. From soaring northern mountains, to Wild West deserts and pristine coastlines, we scouted out a few splurge-worthy accommodations  in priceless destinations.
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  • 10.16.14

    Bonus Sherpa: Adventures Brewing
    With Oktoberfest still in the air, here are a few ways to pair local outdoor adventures with tasty craft brews. Cheers!
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  • 10.16.14

    Tourist in Your Own Town
    So you call yourself a local? Okay, but have you explored the icons that have helped make the San Francisco Bay world-famous and a tourist favorite? It's more fun than you think to act like a tourist in your own town! Here are three ways to enjoy the San Francisco Bay while keeping your cool.
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  • 10.9.14

    Hikes with Happy Endings
    Who doesn't love a happy ending? Especially one that happens in the great outdoors! Here are three hikes that end with a nice surprise.
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