Explore Big Sur's Calla Lily Valley

Parking is available along the dirt pullout at Gate 19 for Garrapata State Park, near mile-marker 63. Signs are small and difficult to see.

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Explore The Hidden Rock Caves At Partington Cove

Partington Cove which is located in Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park, is one of Big Sur's hidden gems.

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Hike the Floating Island & Cathedral Lakes Trail

The trail can be crowded on weekends - arrive early to ensure that parking is a breeze. This is a great trail from spring through fall - watch for snow and ice patches.

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Hike to Eagle Falls & Lake

Eagle Falls Trail is located off Highway 89 and is surrounded by some of the most beautiful landscapes in California.

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Photograph Lake Tahoe’s Inspiration Point

Lake Tahoe’s Emerald Bay is a national natural landmark and is one of the prettiest parts of the lake.

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Hike to Eagle Lake

The trailhead starts (and ends) by the beautiful Emerald Bay of Lake Tahoe, and goes west. The trail is well-marked and composed of mostly granite steps.

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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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Hike to Sentinel Dome

One of the most popular places in Yosemite for sunset is Glacier Point, but by walking one mile from the trailhead, the crowds quickly dissipate.

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Run the Coit Tower Stairs

There are 2 sets of stairs for Coit Tower on Sansome St. The first set is at Greenwich and the second is at Filbert. The Filbert steps are a little deeper per step and are mostly wood and concrete.

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Hike Mission Peak

Breathtaking views of the Bay Area are your reward for making this climb to the top of Mission Peak. It’s a 3 mile trek to the top of the peak and then back down the same way.

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Photograph a Sunset at Secret Beach

The trailhead to Secret Beach is not marked, but if you know what to look for, it is easy to spot.

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Explore Samuel H. Boardman State Park

Enjoy 12 miles of rugged, steep coastline with many hidden & secluded beaches and coves. Difficulty varies from beginner to advanced depending on your desired hike.

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Hike the Boy Scout Tree Trail

With a profusion of titanic trees and an ever expanding landscape, the extraordinary Boy Scout Tree Trail is not so much a hike as it is a showcase of the world's most scenic old growth redwoods.

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Explore Stout Grove via the Howland Hill Road

The Howland Hill Road is the premier drive through Redwood National and State Parks.

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Explore Fern Canyon

Fern Canyon is located within Gold Bluffs Beach at Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park located some 45 miles south of Crescent City, CA.

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Explore the Prairie Creek Redwoods

Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park is located in Orick, CA about 50 miles North of Eureka, Ca and 25 miles South of Crescent City, CA. Take the Newton B Drury Scenic Parkway exit off of Highway 101.

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Hike through Lady Bird Johnson Grove in Redwood NP

This hike starts in the parking lot of the Lady Bird Johnson Grove Picnic Area.

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Explore the Avenue of the Giants

The Avenue of the Giants is a scenic 31 mile long highway that is surrounded by 51,222 acres of giant redwood trees in the Humboldt Redwoods State Park. This road offers amazing views of the redwoods.

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Explore Vermillion Lakes in Banff National Park

Vermillion Lakes is one of the best spot's in Banff to catch a sunrise or sunset depending on the season.

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Explore Sunwapta Falls

Located in Jasper National Park, Alberta, Sunwapta is a short drive along the Icefields Parkway to the Rocky Mountain Lodge. You can park at the lodge and take a short walk out to the falls.

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Hike to the Peyto Lake Overlook

Peyto Lake is a scenic location on the Icefields Parkway about 40 km (25 miles) north of the town of Lake Louise.

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Explore Takakkaw Falls

This powerful waterfall is unquestionably, one of Canada's largest and most magnificent waterfalls. It falls at around a whopping 381 meters over the sheer cliff of the beautiful Canadian Rockies.

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Drive the Icefields Parkway

Starting at Lake Louise, a friend and I decided to drive up the Icefields Parkway which goes through Banff National Park into Jasper National Park.

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Exploring Lake Louise

Lake Louise is one of the most photographed lakes in Canada, with reason. Many tourist walk the paved path round and head home. They miss out though.

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