Category Archives: ADVENTURE

HIKERS BEWARE

That’s what the sign at the trailhead of Vivian Creek trail on San Gorgonio. They have had an fairly dramatic rise in hiker related emergencies recently and it seems like people just don’t think before they head out into the wilderness. Just because we live and play in an heavily populated area doesn’t mean you should […]

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Hike – Lower Arroyo Seco Trail

The Lower Arroyo Seco trail has become one of my go-to hikes. At just under ten miles, this is an moderately easy trail with about 900 feet of elevation gain. A bit of rocky trails and a few stream crossings are the most difficult things to contend with and also add to the view. I haven’t seen too many people on […]

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Hike – Full Moon Over La Cañada

To Celebrate the Summer Solstice and the longest day of the year last week, on June 21st, I headed up in the hills over La Cañada to enjoy the moonlight and the great views. This is a good open trail, perfect for hiking under the full moon without lamps. Taking the fire road that leads up […]

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Hike – Santa Ynez Canyon to Trippet Ranch & Eagle Rock

This was my first time to Santa Ynez Canyon which is part of Topanga Canyon State Park. Started from the trail head at the end of Vereda De La Montura Street, in Pacific Palisades. The hike begins under a shady stretch of Live Oak’s, along side a small stream as it heads up to the up the Santa Ynez canyon. […]

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