Posts tagged Outdoor L.A.
Explore San Pedro's Sunken City

The Sunken City of broken concrete slabs was once the foundation of an exclusive oceanside neighborhood in San Pedro, California. Colorful graffiti now paints the seaside remnants, and palm trees grow from the crevices in between. The region sits on top of tall cliffs, where jagged rocks jut out from the crashing waves below. In this post, I’ll give you the info you need to visit and show you the amazing spectacle of this dilapidated wonderland.

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View the Colorful California Poppy Super Bloom of Antelope Valley

The California Orange Poppy is the official California State Flower. For only a few weeks a year, Antelope Valley’s 1,745 acres of rolling mountains turn vibrant orange with the California Poppy super bloom. In this post, I’ll give you the details you need to visit this majestic spectacle.

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Hike to L.A.'s Parker Mesa Overlook in Los Angeles

Two benches sit perched on a mountain facing the sea. I’ve been lucky enough to experience this on a less traveled day. It’s quiet, breathtaking, and feels so far removed from the hustle and bustle of the city below.

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Rock Climbing in Malibu Creek Canyon

There are over 120 rock climbing routes on high quality volcanic rock in Malibu Creek Canyon, and it’s considered some of the best rock climbing in Southern California. 

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A Weekend at Crystal Lake

Surprising as it may be for most people, Los Angeles is surrounded by national parks and within a 30min drive you can go off the grid and into nature for an escape from the concrete jungle. My friend Rachel and I headed to Crystal Lake in the San Gabriel mountains on a sunny October weekend to unwind.

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