Tag Archives: Hiking

CSPF Park Champion volunteer day at Mt. San Jacinto – FREE TRAM & CAMPING!

The California State Parks Foundation is hosting a Park Champion event this August at the top of Mount San Jacinto. If you’ve got the time, volunteer to help clear the hiking trails of debris left by the recent rainstorms so we can make the the trails more accessible to all! The event takes place Saturday, August […]

Pure hiking bliss in Yosemite

Marek Warszawski wrote in the Fresno Bee about two great hikes in Yosemite: Four-Mile and Panorama Trail. From the article: “…If I’m going to visit Yosemite Valley in late spring or summer (and have to deal with all the traffic and hordes of tourists), it’s going to be for a hike you can’t do anywhere else. […]

Wilderness Land Navigation Clinic Offered By CDFW

A two-day land navigation clinic is being offered by the California Department of Fish and Wildlife on May 4th & May 5th. From the CDFW press release: The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) will be holding a two-day land navigation clinic as part of its Advanced Hunter Education Program. The overnight workshop will be […]

Lottery for Half Dome Cables Day Use Permits Now Open!

While there are up to 300 hikers allowed on the Half Dome cables per day, there are far MORE people who want to hike the route. The permit lottery is now open. If you want to hike Half Dome, sign up at www.recreation.gov or call 1-877-444-6777. You can also sign up for the two-day-in-advance permits […]

Hiking the Beautiful USA

REI has posted an infographic displaying a US National Scenic Trails Map, Packing Tips and Trivia Yes, I know that REI is a retailer, and this is (obviously) a bit of free advertising from them that they’re encouraging visitors to share (the “Add this infographic to your website by copying the code below” bit on […]