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California Desert Conservation Area

  • Currently 2.62/5
2.6/5 (279 votes)
Riverside, California 92507
Filed Under: Camping, Hiking, Hunting
The California Desert Conservation Area is a 25-million acre expanse of land in southern California designated by Congress in 1976 through the Federal Land Po ...
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Mount Whitney Hiking Trail - California Highpoints

  • Currently 3.55/5
3.6/5 (196 votes)
Mono South, California 93545
Filed Under: Climbing, Hiking
**Mount Whitney Hiking Trail - California Highpoints** ---------- Also once better known as Lone Pine Station. The ever beautiful Mount Whitney is known to be the highest mountain summit in Ca ...
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Agua Tibia Wilderness

  • Currently 3.68/5
3.7/5 (65 votes)
Temecula, California 92589
Filed Under: Camping, Hiking, Running
The Agua Tibia Wilderness now contains a total of 15,933 acres and is managed by the U.S. Forest Service. All of the wilderness is in the state of California. Public land becomes wilderness through ...
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Dripping Springs Trail

  • Currently 3.23/5
3.2/5 (13 votes)
Temecula, California 92589
Filed Under: Hiking, Horseback, Running
The trail is 6.8 miles long according to the information posted at the trailhead and in Schad's Afoot and Afield in San Diego County. One must hike another 0.4 miles in the campground from the trailhe ...
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Channel Islands National Park

  • Currently 2.75/5
2.8/5 (8 votes)
Ventura, California 93001
Filed Under: Camping, Fishing, Hiking, Paddling
Comprised of five in a chain of eight southern California islands near Los Angeles, Channel Islands National Park is home to a wide variety of nationally and internationally significant natural and cu ...
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Muir Woods National Monument

  • Currently 2.75/5
2.8/5 (4 votes)
Mill Valley, California 94941
Filed Under: Hiking
"This is the best tree-lovers monument that could possibly be found in all the forests of the world," declared conservationist John Muir when describing the majestic coast redwoods of Muir W ...
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Joshua Tree National Park

  • Currently 2.65/5
2.7/5 (109 votes)
Twentynine Palms, California 92277
Filed Under: Camping, Climbing, Cycling, Hiking, Horseback
For a first-time visitor the desert may appear bleak and drab. Viewed from the road, the desert only hints at its vitality. Closer examination reveals a fascinating variety of plants and animals. A ri ...
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Lassen Volcanic National Park

  • Currently 2.18/5
2.2/5 (61 votes)
Mineral, California 96063
Filed Under: Camping, Fishing, Hiking, Horseback, Paddling, Skiing
Beneath Lassen Volcanic's peaceful forests and gem-like lakes lies evidence of a turbulent and fiery past. 600,000 years ago, the collision and warping of continental plates led to violent eruptions ...
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Pinnacles National Monument

  • Currently 4.25/5
4.3/5 (4 votes)
Paicines, California 95043
Filed Under: Climbing, Hiking
Rising out of the chaparral-covered Gabilan Mountains, east of central California's Salinas Valley, are the spectacular remains of an ancient volcano. Massive monoliths, spires, sheer-walled canyons a ...
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Death Valley National Park

  • Currently 3.05/5
3.0/5 (65 votes)
Death Valley, California 92328
Filed Under: Camping, Cycling, Hiking, Horseback
Hottest, Driest, Lowest: Death Valley is a land of extremes. It is one of the hottest places on the surface of the Earth with summer temperatures averaging well over 100 degrees Fahrenheit. It encompa ...
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