Outdoor news and opportunities in and around Southern California, including hiking in L.A., camping, and more.
For the subterranean sort of outdoor adventurer, here are six great sites of hollowed-out earth to hide from the sunlight, work on your night vision, and discover an underground world that few others get to see.
If you’re looking for signs of Southern California’s prehistoric dinosaurs, you’re probably not going to find much. But there are some great places in SoCal where you can join more recent (but still retro) versions of the extinct creatures.
California was (and is) such a land of opportunity that if you wanted to live in a castle, you could just build one yourself. And fortunately for the rest of us, you need not be a Sir or a Lady to go visit any of these six great castles in California.
If you’re interested in piecing together what life might’ve been like in Southern California before it was The Golden State, here are five great sites to learn about and experience the region's Native American heritage.
You may think that “verdant” landscaping implies green grass and evergreen shrubs, but succulents have an uncommon beauty and can actually survive a drought like this. Here are ways to learn more about succulents and explore the world of desert gardens.