Category Hikes

Ultimate Guide to Hiking Ryan Mountain

Any trip to Joshua Tree National park will feel incomplete if you don’t plan on hiking Ryan Mountain. Since this hike is so central and easy to reach, it is a very popular destination. Plus, its prime location offers amazing… Continue Reading →

Cozy Dell Trail – Ojai

My little hometown of Ojai California is known for its 360° mountain views. It’s a small valley town that not only looks beautiful but lets you escape into that beauty. One way to do so is to get hiking in those… Continue Reading →

Paradise Falls – Wildwood Park

Wildwood Park is a popular hiking area for those near Thousand Oaks, California. As someone who lives in Ventura County, it’s even close enough to make it a day hiking destination. This trail will provide you with amazing canyon view… Continue Reading →

Ray Miller Trail

The Ray Miller Trail is a beautiful ocean-view hike located in Malibu’s La Jolla Canyon. It’s a great blend of coastal and mountain views, the perfect mix of SoCal’s beauty. Ever since the Thomas Fire destroyed many hiking areas in… Continue Reading →

Taft Point and Sentinel Dome Trail

This past weekend I explored a new hike in Yosemite National Park! I hiked to two beautiful lookout spots off of Glacier Road: Sentinel Dome and Taft Point. In my book, there’s no place quite like Yosemite. It’s my favorite National Park… Continue Reading →

Northern California Road Trip (Day Four)

I’m in Lassen Volcanic National Park! This is my first time visiting because it’s super north. This park is supposed to be the National Park’s “best kept secret” and I can definitely feel that in the sense that so few… Continue Reading →

Northern California Road Trip (Day Three)

This morning I set off to hike to Cathedral Peak’s Upper Lake. This is the most popular hike in the Tuolumne Meadows area. I can see why. Quick facts: Rated as moderate 7 miles round trip Has food storage boxes… Continue Reading →

Salvation Mountain

“THE THINGS THAT EXCITE YOU ARE NOT RANDOM. THEY ARE CONNECTED TO YOUR PURPOSE. FOLLOW THEM.” -Ruben Chavez There’s so much beauty in spontaneity. It brings excitement, courage, and a wildness that you forget is within you. At least, that’s… Continue Reading →

Devils Postpile

Somehow, I’ve been to Mammoth Mountain many a time without ever knowing about the famed “geologic wonder” of the nearby Devils Postpile National Monument. Instead, I found out about this gem through social media photography. A couple adventurous people I follow… Continue Reading →

Maple Canyon

Maple Canyon is one of those lesser known and lesser traveled trails in San Diego. If you’re looking for a quick and peaceful walk in nature then this is the one for you! When I went last April I saw… Continue Reading →

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