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Father's Day in the Great Outdoors!

Father’s Day is coming in hot, and if you’ve gone cold on plans, don’t panic. Treat dad to the great outdoors. From a casual bike ride and brew pub to camping and hiking in a pinch, we’ve even got something for the dad that’s pure city slicker! Here are three ways to celebrate pops!

Week 06.13.2019
Regions Northern CA

Waterfall Loop!

Do the Waterfall Loop in Redding Shasta Cascade Region

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We have a waterfall idea—make that five waterfall ideas, when you do the Waterfall Loop. Visit five waterfalls located in the Redding Shasta Cascade region. Redding is centrally located for easy access to iconic waterfalls that are going bananas this year! The Waterfall Loop can…
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Secret Stairway Hike

Secret Stairway Hike in Oakland

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Secret passageways aren’t just found in the movies. The East Bay has over 400 of them winding unseen through the hillsides. Explore Oakland’s hidden passages on a 6-mile urban loop hike using shortcuts originally built to help an influx of residents reach streetcars post-190…
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Ride and Seek

Bike the Coastal Trail to Pillar Point Harbor in Half Moon Bay

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Oceanside breezes, beautiful beaches, a car-free pathway for biking, and beer at the end: You’re on a roll! The San Mateo Coast was made for beach hopping and beer tasting … and it all goes down smooth as part of an 8-mile out-and-back bike ride. The multi-purpose paved trail…
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