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True Ocean Adventures

Who needs air-conditioning when we have an ocean to play in? Our height-of-summer stay-cool plan is to go full flippers-and-face-mask in Abalone Cove; kayak past sea lions into La Jolla’s sea caves; and blaze a SUP trail in beautiful Newport Bay.

Week 08.22.2019
Regions Southern CA

Octopodes, if You Please

Snorkeling Abalone Cove in Rancho Palos Verdes

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Great snorkeling doesn’t require a plane ticket to the tropics. Not when Abalone Cove State Marine Conservation Area in Rancho Palos Verdes is just a quick drive away. It has everything you want for a local undersea foray: kelp forests, rocky reefs, reasonably calm water, and…
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Yosemite's New Cabins

Yosemite's New Explorer Cabins at Tenaya Lodge

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The only thing more magical than visiting Yosemite in the fall is staying in your own private cabin while there! The all-new Explorer Cabins at Tenaya Lodge make the perfect basecamp for your Yosemite fall getaway. The cabins are tucked among a sugar pine mountain forest beside a…
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Kayak the Clam Cave

Kayaking the Sea Caves of La Jolla

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Kayaking the seven sea caves in La Jolla Shores is a blast, if you can make it past the “guards”—that is, a bunch of playful sea lions! The helpful guides at Hike Bike Kayak Adventure Tours will handle all the details so all you have to worry about is having fun. They stow your…
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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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    Shealor Stunner

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    Ah, Good Point

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