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Not your mommy and daddy’s Cliff Bar !

Not your mommy and daddy’s Cliff Bar !

A new company has hit the hiking scene hoping to change your experience with trail food. Trailfoody reached out to me looking to see if I would be interested in reviewing their service for my readers, it sounded interesting so I said sure. Soon a stuff sack arrived...

Hiking Cougar Crest Trail to Bertha Peak

Hiking Cougar Crest Trail to Bertha Peak

One of my favorite holiday memory's was hiking this trail with my family on Thanksgiving. My mother hired our neighbor, a gourmet cook who was running a catering business at the time to cook us Thanksgiving dinner. We went hiking here towards the end of the day and by...

Hiking up to High Point on Palomar Mountain from Oak Grove

Hiking up to High Point on Palomar Mountain from Oak Grove

This past weekend I took a hike up the eastern side of Palomar Mountain on the Oak Grove to High Point Hike. This hike starts in the little town of Oak Grove on highway 79 and takes you up through the Chaparral and Manzanita on a steep single track trail before...

Beating the Heat

Beating the Heat

That time is coming again, the time when the heat starts early and people start asking themselves if they should go hiking or not. Just because the heat is getting dangerously high does not mean you have to stop hiking, but you need to be smart about when you decide...

Hiking up to Mt Wilson from Chantry Flats

Hiking up to Mt Wilson from Chantry Flats

Recently I went hiking up to Mt Wilson from Chantry Flats with a hiking group from San Diego. As much as I love hiking in San Diego County I love seeing a change of scenery once in a while and this hike did not disappoint. This hike has a lot of interesting history...