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Haunted Hikes

It’s been a challenging week. We’re thinking about everyone affected by the wildfires, evacuations, and power outages, including our own colleagues, friends, and family. This week, in the spirit of Halloween, we give you some haunted hikes (not currently impacted by fires, and we hope it remains that way). Who ghosts there? Find out on these three boo-tiful hikes.

Week 10.31.2019
Regions Southern CA

Crunch Time

Hike to Haunted Table 29 in Griffith Park

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This 6.8-mile (round-trip) loop in northern Griffith Park is supernaturally enticing: four peaks, panoramic views, and ... ghosts. It’s a bit of a treasure hunt.
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Welcome to Mr. Cobb's Haunted Forest

Hiking the Cobb Estate's Haunted Forest

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The ruins can be explored on an easy 1.5-mile (round-trip) loop trail. Hike it close to dusk for maximum creepiness (just make sure you're out by dusk, when the park closes).
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Find Your Oasis

Visit Death Valley National Park and Stay at the Ranch

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Don’t let the name fool you. Death Valley has a completely new lodging experience that’s all about being alive! Here are five amazing ways to find your oasis in the Lower 48’s largest national park.
Take Me to the Oasis!

Hiking with the Shadow People

A Paranormal Hike on Claremont's Thompson Creek Trail

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The Thompson Creek Trail in Claremont seems so benign. And it is, until you start encountering weird noises, “shadow people,” or bleeding trees! Test your bravery on the 5.6-mile (round-trip) trail.
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