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Summiting a peak higher than 14,000 feet (a 14er, if you will), is a bucket list accomplishment for any savvy hiker.
It’s off to well-appointed yurts and restored caravans you go!
Northern California has a lot on offer — and travelers in SF are well-placed to reach most of it.
Los Angeles and San Francisco – California’s two primary metropolitan jewels – couldn’t be more different.
Living in Los Angeles can feel like a road trip in and of itself — friends live on the East Side but you’re based in Venice? Expect a two-hour drive, and don’t forget to hit the road with plenty of snacks and water.
If you’re looking for an gem of a getaway in Southern California, look no further than Lake Arrowhead in the San Bernardino Mountains.
One day in Death Valley will never be enough, but sometimes, you have to make do with what you’ve got.
Avoid the crowded lodges and campgrounds of Yosemite Valley and find a unique stay in one of Yosemite's Airbnbs or cabin rentals.