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No one likes hiking in a crowd. Get all of the scenery and less of the lines with these alternatives to the big parks.
After pandemic restrictions forced Sharon Wu and her fiancé to reschedule their wedding, they set their eyes on a consolation prize: the rugged Trans-Catalina Trail.
Every fall, male spiders in search of mates crowd the rocks of the 5.7-mile Condor Gulch to High Peaks Loop.
From tiny foxes to giant sea cliffs, Channel Islands is a world all its own.
The Bay Area's best hikes range from enormous redwoods to waterfalls dropping straight to the sea.
The 53-mile Lost Coast Trail heads through some of California's last pristine beaches.
See the coast the way it was meant to be seen.
In the Los Padres National Forest, some of America's most impressive mammals roam alongside you.
Match a hard hike with the best cure for aching muscles on these essential trips.
See butterflies, redwoods, whales, and some of the most beautiful coastline any major metro area has to offer.