The 68-mile Backbone Trail travels nearly the entire length of the Santa Monica Mountains, from Point Mugu State Park in the west to Will Rogers Historic State Park in Pacific Palisades.
- 3 months, 2 weeks ago
The Condor Trail is a thru-hiking route designed to connect the northern and southern portions of the Los Padres National Forest by a single hiking trail. The trail is approximately 400 miles long and extends from Lake Piru (border of Los Angeles and Ventura Counties) in the south to Botchers Gap (just south of Monterey, CA) in the north.
- 2 years, 7 months ago
High Sierra Trail
This classic 72.2 mile trail traverses the Sierra Nevada range from west to east -- from Crescent Meadow to Whitney Portal.
- 1 year, 1 month ago
John Muir Trail
This 211-mile trek between Yosemite and Mt. Whitney is an epic adventure within reach. Got questions about hiking the JMT? Or your own stories and advice to share? Post them here!
- 9 months, 1 week ago
Lost Coast Trail
This trail is so named because the coast is so rugged that when they built Highway 101 they had to veer 30 miles inland. It's the longest stretch of California coastline without a road. And it's wild. Read this Overview of the Lost Coast Trail, and ask your questions here.
- 1 year ago
Theodore Solomons Trail
The Theodore Solomons Trail was created in 1974, but has since fallen out of the spotlight. This forum is for anyone interested in re-discovering this alternative to the more heavily-travelled John Muir Trail.
- 1 year, 5 months ago
- Backbone Trail