Photograph Eye of the Alabama Hills Arch

The Eye of the Alabama Hills Arch is a quick hike or drive from the popular Mobius Arch just off Movie Flat Road.

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Mountain Bike Alabama Hills Loop

This 14.7 mile loop has some fun single track descents through the gorgeous Alabama Hills.

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Hike to The Tuttle Creek Ashram

The Tuttle Creek Ashram is an abandoned stone building, "church" or place of enlightenment tucked away in the beautiful Eastern Sierra.

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Camp at Tuttle Creek Campground

Tuttle Creek Campground is a beautiful place to camp during any time of year. The campground offers uninterrupted breath taking views of the entire Eastern Sierra Nevada and Owens Valleys.

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Kayak or Sail the Na Pali Coast

Enjoy the view of the Garden Island from the crystal clear waters of the pacific ocean.

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Explore the Ruins & Pinturas Rupestres of Cataviña

Cataviña is one of those places that defies description and is a favorite of all who visit Baja beyond the typical tourist haunts of the border towns and Cabo.

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Hike to the Waterfalls at Cañon del Diablo

You start outside of San Felipe, Baja California at kilometer 181 and drive on a mostly dirt roads for 33 miles to reach the trailhead.

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Hike to Lone Pine Lake via Mount Whitney Trail

From the parking lot at the end of Whitney Portal Road, look for the trailhead, which is marked with a wooden "gate" that shows the map and description of the trail.

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Hike along the Buttercup Sand Dunes

I found these amazing dunes when traveling from Phoenix to San Diego. These are a nice break from the 5+ hour drive. They are very picturesque and nice to walk on.

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Hike to Signal Peak at Kofa

Kofa National Wildlife Refuge near Quartzsite, Arizona is a must see when visiting the area. The refuge encompasses over 600,000 acres with a large population of bighorn sheep.

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Catch a Sunset at Fonts Point

The best time to go to Fonts point is right before the sun sets. It is located in the desert, so be sure to dress warmly and bring a blanket or two.

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Hike Sheep Canyon

Sheep Canyon is probably the most remote palm canyon in Anza-Borrego Desert State Park in California.

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Visit the Anza Borrego Metal Sculptures

Here's a map I made that marks where most of the sculptures are (here).First, you enter the park and drive through the little city of Borrego Springs.

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Hike Canyon Sin Nombre

This slot canyon hike is found deep in the Anza-Borrego Desert State Park in Canyon Sin Nombre. If you have a suitable 4WD vehicle you can drive about 2.

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Playa Arbolitos

If you want to enjoy a great beach and experience some excellent snorkeling, head a few miles down the dirt road south from Cabo Pulmo to Playa Arbolitos.

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Adventuring at Abalone Cove Shoreline Park

Abalone Cove Shoreline Park is a Palos Verdes gem. This 64-acre reserve is a state ecological preserve.

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Camp at Goosenecks State Park

Located near the southern border of the state, Goosenecks State Park is a small slice of Grand Canyon views in Utah.

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Camp in the Valley of the Gods

The dirt road loop is relatively smooth and can be driven on by just about any car, campervan, or RV.

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Hike the South Lykken Trail to Picnic Area

The South Lykken Trail is the south half of the 9.5-mile Carl Lykken Trail, which weaves along a series of mountain ridges above downtown Palm Springs. This section of the trail runs 4.

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Hike Murray Hill

Murray Hill is the highest point in the surrounding trail system. You can access it from Earl Henderson/Shannon Trail or anyone of the others in the area.

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Hike the Earl Henderson/Shannon Trail

This is a short but sweet trail close to the Araby and Garstin Trails. Great views of Palm Springs and the San Jacinto Mountains. Parking area is in the wash off of Araby street on the left side.

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Hike the Museum Trail

The Museum Trail is a very steep climb with a 1,000 feet elevation gain in just one mile but has some great views of downtown Palm Springs. The hike starts behind the Palm Springs Art Museum.

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Hike the Araby Trail

This hike takes you up to Bob Hope’s massive mushroom shaped house.

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Hike the Ladder Canyon/Painted Canyon Loop

From Interstate 10, take State Highway 195 (Box Canyon Road) to Painted Canyon Road.

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