San Francisco’s wild landscapes are packed with hiking trails for all skill levels. They offer the perfect nature amusement without leaving the city. Enjoy amazing ocean or bay views, wander through coastal cliffs, or become dwarfed by the giant redwoods. 1 - Lands End Trail. https://www.nps.gov/goga/planyourvisit/landsend.htm Distance: 3.5 miles Difficulty: Moderate 2 - Fort Funston. https://www.parksconservancy.org/trails/fort-funston-trail Distance: 0.9 miles Difficulty:
The San Fernando Valley is an urbanized valley in Los Angeles County north of downtown Los Angeles. It covers 260 square miles and is home to almost 2 million people. Two thirds of the Valley is part of the City of Los Angeles. The Valley is circled by mountains: The Santa Susana Mountains to the northwest, the Simi Hills to the west, the Santa Monica Mountains and Chalk Hills to the south, the Verdugo Mountains to the east, and the San Gabriel Mountains to the northeast.
With approximately 850,000 residents, North County is the largest suburban region of San Diego County. The region runs from Del Mar in the south (just north of the city of San Diego) to the top of the county at Camp Pendleton. Some of California’s prettiest beaches are located here, with many of the area's beaches and lagoons carrying protected status to preserve them for many years to come. With exploding growth over the last two decades, the trend is for residents to stay i
Seattle is perfect for the outdoorsy type given its proximity to so many activities like hiking, fishing, skiing, climbing, cycling, etc. It also happens to be home to Recreation Equipment Inc., better known as “REI.” If you’re moving to Seattle and don’t currently own any GoreTex clothing, it might be a good idea to look into it. • Take a hike! Washington State is home to 186 state parks and 3 national parks. The most impressive and well-known is Mount Rainier National Park
LA is entrepreneurial, eclectic, diverse and innovative. One in every six of its residents works in a creative industry. There are more artists, writers, filmmakers, actors, dancers and musicians living and working in Los Angeles than any other city at any time in history. 3.9 million people live within the city limits and 18.7 million people reside in the L.A. Metro Area. LA’s economy as a city is larger than 46 of the 50 states in the U.S. LA is the home of Silicon Beach,
Whether you live in the area or visit, San Diego offers a ton of fun outdoor activities for the whole family. If your kids enjoy hiking, you’ll find loop trails with giant, eagle-shaped rocks as well as trails with canyons and ocean views. Some of the easier hikes in San Diego are even on stroller-friendly trails. Here is our list of the ten best Kid friendly easy Hikes in San Diego. 1- Crest Canyon https://www.alltrails.com/trail/us/california/crest-canyon-trail-loop Addres
“There’s a freedom you begin to feel the closer you get to Austin, Texas” ~ Willie Nelson Quite honestly, there are few cities as vibrant, interesting and colorful as Austin. Located along the Colorado River in Central Texas and bordering the Hill Country region, Austin is the state capitol and home to the University of TexasLonghorns. It is widely known as the “Live Music Capital of the World” due in large part to the variety and vibrancy of its music scene. It is also famou
There are few cities in the world blessed with a more beautiful setting than Seattle. It is surrounded by rugged wilderness; to the west the Olympic Mountains, to the east the volcanoes and glaciers of the Cascade Range, and all around the brisk waters of the Northwest. Delightfully known as the “Emerald City”, Seattle got its nickname from its lush greenery. The city and surrounding areas are filled with greenery all year round echoing Washington State’s moniker as the Ever