It was a blazing 110 degrees in the Mojave Desert on this particular day in early June. Dripping with sweat, we decided to leave the cool shade of our campsite to hike in the surrounding mountains made of jumbo rocks.
Considering we have both lived in Southern California for a few years now, I felt it was time to make the trip out to Catalina Island. We gathered up a few friends, rented a campsite at Two Harbors, and took the ferry over to the island in the beginning of October.
Cedar Creek Falls, also known as Devil’s Punch Bowl, has been called San Diego’s most spectacular waterfall. Here are our travel tips for this amazing spot!
I love visiting the North Coast of California, especially in fall when the trees are full of vibrant colors. This year, instead of flying into SFO airport
Imagine cooking dinner over a crackling fire while absorbing the panorama of a crimson-orange skyline from your campsite on an open bluff 100 feet above the Pacific Ocean. Just 30 miles South of Monterey and 70 miles North of Morro Bay…