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Hurray for Long Days!

Cure for the common cubicle? Get outdoors! Whether you get out on one of these hikes this weekend or after work, right now is a great time to savor longer sunny SoCal days.

Week 06.06.2019
Regions Southern CA

Buck Wild

Hiking Buck Gully Reserve in Newport Beach

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Buck Gully Reserve in Newport Beach is right in the middle of the city but feels like a hidden oasis. As the 5.2-mile (round-trip) out-and-back Buck Gully Trail crosses through the reserve, it gains about 440 feet, making it easy to knock out in a couple of post-work hours. This…
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Hidden Lodge

Getaway to The Ranch at Laguna Beach

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When you’re the only property in California that’s a National Geographic Unique Lodge of the World, you’re doing something special. Dubbed the Yosemite of Orange County, The Ranch at Laguna Beach is pure coastal boutique, with sustainability as a pillar of its ethos and plenty of…
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On the Woof of the City

Hiking Scholl Canyon Trail in Glendale

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Pooch-friendly Scholl Canyon Trail in Glendale packs a hilly punch in its 2-mile length, perfect for a quick nature fix or fast workout. The trailhead is just a few minutes from the 134 Freeway, meaning easy access for scores of office dwellers. The trail boasts 400 feet of…
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Bonelli By Golly!

Hiking the Bonelli Park Loop Trail

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The 6.3-mile Bonelli Park Loop Trail is proof you don’t have to go far to escape the city. It’s in the heart of the metro area in San Dimas, freeway-close to a gazillion people. But the park’s nearly 2,000 acres of rolling hills give you a sense of distance from the cares of the…
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