Natural Atlas
Explore Your Surroundings

California

in United States
0Star This
PLACE
Volcanic Pillars in Central California
2
GUIDE
The James Irvine and Miners' Ridge loop is one of the world's best redwood hikes…
GUIDE
This epic out-and-back hike starts at the Visitor Center and climbs through redw…
GUIDE
This immensely scenic loop hike runs along steep coastal bluffs with Mt. Tam's b…
GUIDE
This is the Mount Diablo's most memorable hike — the complete climb from base to…
GUIDE
A loop on multiple trails through one of the most picturesque and popular canyon…
GUIDE
Of the four loosely defined geographic regions in San Diego County, the region b…
GUIDE
Amidst the famous summits of the Los Angeles basin stands the oft-overlooked San…
GUIDE
Redwood National Park was originally intended to be a vast, unbroken wilderness …
GUIDE
This hike starts near the park entrance and climbs to the top of Skyline Ridge, …
GUIDE
A beautiful, isolated, and rugged river canyon in the Los Padres National Forest…
GUIDE
In just about every account of hiking at Mt. San Jacinto, there is always a ment…
GUIDE
Sequoia National Park’s Giant Forest comprises an area of about 1,800 acres and …
GUIDE
The hike features the very enjoyable northern part of the Rhododendron Trail, wh…
GUIDE
The Basin Trail loop is one of the best all-day hikes in the Santa Cruz Mountain…
GUIDE
This out-and-back hike starts at Wilson Beach and climbs through some attractive…
GUIDE
This loop and its abbreviated version, the Ridge Loop, is the least-heavily logg…
PrintiPhone App