Hike to Goldstrike Hot Springs

The first mile is flat and deceivingly easy as you walk under a highway bridge and in between looming canyon walls. But don't get too comfortable -- at around the 1.

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Hike Angels Landing, Zion NP

Angels Landing has long been one of my favorite national parks hikes.  The hike is thrilling, extremely photogenic, and appeals to those who enjoy exchanging leg power for views.

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Stargaze at Olmsted Point

Just off the side of the highway, look for the pullout for Olmsted Point on your Map. There is a parking area with about 25 parking spots and the lookout point with the tree is right next to there.

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Explore Crowley Lake Columns

Starting from Mammoth Lakes you head South on Highway 395 until you get to Benton Crossing Rd. (Green Church on the corner) and make a left.

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Hike to Taft Point

Taft Point is such an amazing and different view of the Yosemite Valley. If you're lucky and you time it right, you'll also experience complete solitude.

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Backpack to the Ventana Wilderness' Sykes Hot Springs

The trek to Sykes Hot Springs is about 10-miles one way along the Pine Ridge Trail.

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Adventure at Arroyo Seco

This off-the-beaten-trail adventure has a little bit of everything for everyone, and is as challenging as you make it.

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Backpack 10 Lakes Basin in Yosemite

Beginning at the Ten Lakes trailhead, the trail to the lakes is a moderately strenuous uphill grind to Ten Lakes pass, followed by a quick downhill into the lake basin.

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Backpack to Grizzly Lake

Grizzly Lake is in the Trinity Alps Wilderness.

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Havasupai Hike and Waterfalls

The 12 mile hike to the campground begins at the Hualapai hilltop. First 1.5 miles are intense, the rest is a smooth but a long hike.

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Hike Salmon Creek and Falls

Feel free to hike Salmon Creek Trail at your own pace – you can choose to turn back at any point, or at the Spruce (2 miles in) or Estrella (3.25 miles in) sites.

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Camp at Russian Gulch State Park

Just two miles north of Mendocino, you'll find this beautiful, well-maintained park that features a little bit of everything.

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Swim at the Inkwells

These natural swimming holes are filled with water flowing from Kent Lake, so they're usually pretty refreshing. And by refreshing, we mean cold.

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Hike Cataract Falls

Cataract Falls is one of the most stunning hikes in the bay area after a recent rain. The drive to the trailhead alone is beautiful as you pass Alpine Lake on Bolinas Fairfax Rd.

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