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HIKING MT. BALDY: VIDEO & PHOTO ESSAY

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Living in a big city can leave you craving the wilderness. At least that’s been the case for me recently. As a resident of Los Angeles, it’s not too tricky to get a regular, be it small, dose of nature courtesy of a variety of hiking trails scattered throughout the city. But soon enough, hikes up into the nearby hills with views of the skyline and well maintained paths (often times

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HIKING ITALY’S AMALFI COAST (THE PATH OF THE GODS)

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Italy’s Amalfi Coast. You’ve likely seen photos of this unbelievably beautiful Italian wonderland in the pages of a travel magazine or heard about it in a Jay-Z song (it’s where he goes when he needs a vacation from the South of France). This region is home to soaring mountains, clear blue water, fresh and delicious seafood, and an assortment of colorful seaside and mountain villages with luxury and budget accommodation to

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THE BEST HIKING TRAILS IN LOS ANGELES (HIKE LIKE A LOCAL)

If you’re visiting Los Angeles and want to do as the locals do, check out these four hikes favored by active Angelenos. If hiking isn’t your thing, try driving the 10 freeway East at 6:30pm (just kidding, don’t do that). If you live in LA, just consult this list the next time you’re thinking about hiking Runyon again. Rating these hikes: I rated these hikes on the amount of nature experienced

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