Ernest E. Debs Regional Park: A Stroll Through a Transitional Wilderness

ernest e debs regional park
A transition from lush greenery to dry and desert-like terrain, Ernest E. Debs Park offers an intimate perspective into the rolling hills and busy lifestyle of Los Angeles.

Death Valley Misconceptions

Zabriskie Point Death Valley
The words “Death Valley” used to create in my mind images of barren land littered with nothing but a few cow skulls. While the area does have spots where you see little more than dry earth cracked from the scorching sun, that isn’t even close to...

The Five Most Awesome Ways to Summit Mt Baldy

Mt Baldy
Are you ready to climb a mountain? How about the tallest 10,000-foot mountain overlooking Los Angeles? Just a forty-five-minute drive from that concrete jungle, the city of angels, you can find many different trails ascending to the top of Mt Baldy, the local's name for Mt San Antonio. So lace up your favorite Keen hiking boots, fill up your Nalgene with H20 and ask yourself "Which is the best route to summit Mt Baldy?"

Beyond Griffith Park: The Wisdom Tree & Hollywood Sign Hike

Hollywood Sign Hike
A behind-the-scenes look at one of the most iconic hikes in all of Los Angeles includes the famous Wisdom Tree as well as a newfound perspective of the Hollywood Sign Hike.

Culver City Stairs: The Outdoor Stairmaster of Baldwin Hills

Culver City Stairs
The Culver City Stairs offers an intense climb up 282 uneven stair steps leading to the Baldwin Hills Overlook with amazing views of LA and some quirky sculptures along the way.

Landing on some fun, frolic, history and adventure

The San Francisco Bay area is all about the city and the ocean. From picturesque landscape to chilling winds, from the iconic golden gate bridge to the Fisherman’s Wharf. From beaches offering unique views of the bridge to inclined streets all around; this city...

Sunken City: The Lost Ruins of the San Pedro Landslide

san pedro sunken city
Join us on an epic adventure as we explore the graffiti plastered ruins of the 1929 San Pedro landslide known as the "Sunken City".

The many joys of hiking

Hiking is one of the best ways to meet the target of a ‘healthy body’. By combining the happiness of natural beauty with physical fitness, hiking can turn into a fun and adventurous activity. Enough stock of water and enthusiasm to keep going is...

Wildwood Canyon: A Steep Ascent to Burbank’s Radio Towers

A victim of a 2017 brush fire, Wildwood Canyon Park is a deceivingly long ascent to four radio towers, nestled within a recovering environment that offers up panoramic views of Burbank and downtown Los Angeles.

Redefining Hiking: How It Has Changed Me

Why I hike
Several hours later, I stood atop the mountain feeling an overwhelming amount of exhaustion mixed with my first sense of what clarity means. I was only 16 years old when I embarked on my very first hike; Care to guess where it was? Why I...