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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
1341 Saves

Hiking Torrey Pines

San Diego / Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve

The beach trail brings you from the parking lot across the lodge from the bluff down to the beach. You can choose to visit the Red Butte, the Razor Point and the Yucca Point trails along the way.

Grant Nyquist
1077 Saves

Hike to Bell Canyon's Waterfall

Utah / Bell Canyon Trailhead

If you keep a steady pace, the hike takes about an hour each way, so allow time when trying to catch the sunset.

Eric Bennett
913 Saves

Hike the Redwood Regional Park Loop

San Francisco / Skyline Gate Staging Area

Tucked away in the hills of Oakland, you will find one of the homes of California's Coastal Redwoods.

Gaby Colletta
909 Saves

Hike the Wildwood Trail

Oregon / Wildwood Trailhead

Take the train to Washington Park and hike through the arboretum. This will bypass a few miles of Wildwood Trail, but you won't miss much.

Spud Groshong
768 Saves

Secret Stairs Astro Loop

Los Angeles / Astro Diner

I learned about these remnants of Los Angeles history, just a few months ago. When I found myself in L.A. this past month, I decided to find some of these stairs, and find out what they’re all about.

Mike Hathenbruck
690 Saves

Run the Coit Tower Stairs

San Francisco / Greenwich Stairs

There are 2 sets of stairs for Coit Tower on Sansome St. The first set is at Greenwich and the second is at Filbert. The Filbert steps are a little deeper per step and are mostly wood and concrete.

Samantha Lupinetti
632 Saves

Run the 16th Avenue Tiled Steps

San Francisco / 16th Avenue Tiled Steps

The 16th Avenue Tiled Steps are an impressive community achievement, and an equally killer workout.

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