Pine Watt

  • Catch a Sunset at Twin Peaks

    Most locals have heard of Twin Peaks, so if you hop in an Uber or Taxi you should be just fine. If not or you are driving yourself, head for Twin Peaks Boulevard, then just follow it to the top. Voila!When you're there, be sure to catch a sunset, ...

  • Explore Bodie's Ghost Town

    Bodie exploded as a gold mining town in 1876, after the discovery of gold ore. It is estimated that Bodie produced over $34 million worth of gold over the years. The town was finally abandoned in 1942.While driving on 395, turn onto 270 and follow...

  • Stargaze at Lick Observatory

    Hop on Road 130 heading out of San Jose and follow the winding two lane road up, up, up to to the top of Mt. Hamilton and the Lick Observatory. There are lots of deer, wild turkey, and pigs in the area. If you are lucky you will get to see a herd ...

  • Explore Devil's Slide Bunker

    The Devil's Slide Bunker is perched out on a point the defiantly juts out into the ocean. The Bunker is covered in constantly changing graffiti, which provides a stunning contrast to the gorgeous seaside.Hop on Highway 1 South. Just south of Pacif...

  • Explore June Lake

    June Lake is a hidden gem in the Eastern Sierra, just north of Mammoth Lakes. June Lake is a quaint little lake with spectacular views. The neighboring town of the same name also boasts a brewery with tasty brews. For a truly unforgettable sunset,...

  • Climb White Mountain Peak

    Not surprisingly, White Mountain Peak is the apex of the White Mountains, which rise out of the desert floor just north of Death Valley. The White Mountains were aptly named as they are frequently covered in snow.The trailhead starts at 12,000ft a...

    14 miles 2000 ft gain

  • PIco de Orizaba: Climbing North America's Highest volcano

    High altitude mountaineering is not something to be taken lightly, serious injury and death are possible. Thus consult a physician before any climbing expedition. Also if you are unsure or unskilled hire a guide, who can safely guide you up Pico.W...

    10 miles 4500 ft gain

  • California's Most Famous Bridge: Bixby Bridge

    Located 15 miles south of the quaint town of Carmel-by-the-Sea, Bixby Bridge is impossible to miss, well be cause it is the only bridge on the only road in the area. Simply drive south and prepare to be stunned. There is limited parking on either ...

  • Explore Point Lobos Ecological Reserve: Seaside Cliffs at Sunset

    Simply drive south out of Carmel-by-the-Sea and 4 miles out of Carmel on the right hand side is the entrance to the park. If you wish, you can pay the entrance fee, $8 and drive into the park. I you are on a budget and don't want to pay. parking i...