Runyon Canyon: The Most Popular Hiking Spot In LA

I first heard of Runyon Canyon on Instagram. As an active “instagrammer” living in LA with many friends in the LA area, it was not long until my feed was a bombardment of beautiful images of other bloggers and influencers at Runyon Canyon. Automatically, I was interested. It still took me a few months to…

Quick Blurb: 14 North FWY: My Super Mini Road trip

The other day I took a quick road trip to Lancaster, California- I am not really sure if  my 2-hour drive from Bell Gardens to Lancaster actually qualifies as a road trip, but we’ll just call it that for now. So on my Super Mini Road Trip, I drove through the 14 North Freeway and…

California Coast: Point Dume

Point Dume in Malibu, California is one of the best places for  panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean. Point Dume not only opens up an incredible up-close experience to the waves, the upper headland area lends an extraordinary view of the northwestern point. Point Dume, is a good area for hikers looking for views and…

The TV Lover’s Hike: Franklin Canyon #3

  Franklin Canyon is probably not the place where experienced hikers come for kicks but it is the perfect place to unwind,  have a picnic and visualize how your favorite movie or TV show shot here. That is, because Franklin Canyon is a notable filming location located in  Beverly Hills. The hike itself is not…

Rubio Canyon- Mother Nature’s Hidden Gem-Hike #2

Driving down the street of Pleasantridge Drive, one might not imagine that tucked in between two homes is a trail that leads to a secluded point atop the Angeles National Forest that brings you to a grand panoramic view of Los Angeles County. Depending on the weather you can see as far as the buildings…

First Hike of 2016: Eaton Canyon

As the start of 2016 looms over us, the need for thrills and new beginnings rushes through me. One of my personal goals this year is to be more active and try new things, you’d think that as a travel enthusiast I would have already hiked all of California but the sad truth is that…