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Orange Is the New Adventure

There’s a lot more than sand and surf in Orange County. Discover the diverse landscape of LA’s close neighbor with these scenic hikes and a do-it-yourself SUP Seven Bridges Tour challenge in Newport.

Week 08.01.2019
Regions Southern CA

Rob A Peak!

Hike Robber's Peak in Orange County

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Great panoramas don’t all require epic hikes. A 3.5-mile (round-trip) trek up to 1,152-foot Robber’s Peak in Santiago Oaks Regional Park gets you gorgeous vistas of Orange County, iconic mountains, and the Pacific. The trail is also bike-, equestrian-, and dog-friendly. According…
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Be Here: Berkeley

Best of Berkeley Outdoors, Food, and Craft Beer

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1) Tilden Ta-dah Some hikes are like finding the entrance to Narnia. Enter a magical landscape via Laurel Canyon Trailhead in Tilden Regional Park. It heralds the start of a magnificent 3.5-mile (round-trip) journey filled with redwood forest, a lush peace grove, and spectacular…
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Seven Bridges Paddleboard Tour

Standup Paddling Under 7 Bridges in Newport

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SoCal has plenty of surprises in its abundance of mountain trails, but there are some other pathways to explore, like those on the Pacific Ocean! For a bounty of aquatic adventure, get out on the self-guided SUP “Seven Bridges Paddleboard Tour” so-named by Weekend Sherpa’s summer…
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Peters Canyon East Ridge Loop

Hike Peters Canyon Regional Park in Central Orange County

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For an inspiring example of a land’s resilience after wildfire, hike the trails of the dog-friendly Peters Canyon Regional Park in central Orange County. Although the 2017 Canyon 2 Fire devastated the wildlife at the north end of the canyon and left charred willows in its wake…
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