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Tidal Ways

Don’t let the heat wave drive you indoors! Tide pools are the cool place to be right now, where you can ogle colorful creatures and refresh yourself in sea breezes. Good tidings to you!

Week 08.16.2018
Regions Southern CA

Abalone Sandwich

Exploring the Tide Pools of Abalone Cove in Rancho Palos Verdes

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The difference between tide pools and an aquarium? Adventure! You have to work a bit for the tide pools at Abalone Cove in Rancho Palos Verdes, but they’re well worth the effort. The payoff: a great hike with coastal views to awesome tide pools between bluffs and sea. You might…
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Reno Tahoe's Top 8 Bike Rides

Reno Tahoe's Top 8 Bike Rides

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1) Tahoe Classic At 168 miles all in, the Tahoe Rim Trail is the granddaddy of all trails. But don’t worry, it can easily be broken up into small sections. From alpine vistas to shaded trails through the pines and of course Lake Tahoe views galore, find the right section for you…
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Pools of Gold

Exploring the Tide Pools of Montaña de Oro State Park

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Montaña de Oro: The name means mountain of gold, but the real treasures here lie underwater. Luckily you don’t have to venture into the ocean to see all the cool creatures. Plenty of them are hanging out in readily accessible tide pools. Start your visit at the Spooner Ranch…
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Laguna Low Down

Exploring the Tide Pools of Crescent Bay in Laguna Beach

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Looking for the best tide pools in Orange County? Grab your water shoes and a tide chart, and head to Crescent Bay in Laguna Beach! The mix of shallow and deep pools provides a perfect home for all sorts of sea creatures such as mussels, barnacles, sea stars, urchins, clams, and…
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