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Clifftop Camping & Hot Springs in Big Sur

San Francisco / Kirk Creek Campground

Campsite: There is nothing quite like driving or biking along US-1, the Pacific Coast Highway.

George Miller
1527 Saves

Hike to the Summit of Mt. Tamalpais

San Francisco / Verna Dunshee Trail

Mt. Tam is a large park with plenty of amazing viewpoints, but the East routes and the East Peak are best for sunsets.

Sothear Nuon
1522 Saves

Climb and Hike in the Garden of the Gods

Colorado / Palmer Trail, Colorado Springs

If you are new to the area a stop by the visitor center can helpful to get a map of the trails and roads in the area as well as obtaining a climbing permit (one is needed to climb and is free).

Eric Schuette
1148 Saves

Bike the Golden Gate to Sausalito

San Francisco / Crissy Field Picnic Area

Riding your bike across the Golden Gate Bridge to Sausalito, and then enjoying some drinks on the back deck at Sam's, is a great way to spend a nice day.

Jennifer Heifferon
818 Saves

Explore the Maroon Bells & Snowmass Wilderness

Colorado / Maroon-Snowmass Trailhead

The beautiful and iconic Maroon Bells-Snowmass wilderness is home to some of the most amazing scenery and adventures to be had in all of Colorado.

Eric Schuette
575 Saves

Headlands Ride to Point Bonita Lighthouse

San Francisco / Marin Headlands

The Headlands are a quick ride over the Golden Gate. On the ride, you'll see wildflowers, rugged coastline, and the Point Bonita Lighthouse.

Matt Moser
405 Saves

Explore Shoshone Falls

Idaho / Shoshone Falls

From Highway 93 in Twin Falls turn east onto Falls Avenue. After two miles turn left onto Champlin Road and continue to the entrance of Shoshone Falls Park.

Sara Sheehy
367 Saves

Hit the Trails at Memorial Park

Houston / Memorial Park

Memorial Park is a hub for Houstonians looking to escape that busy day-to-day urban rush.

Sarah Vaughn
357 Saves

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