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My First Summer in the Sierra by John Muir
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AboveCalifornia is all about California's wild places.
South From Shipmans Creek, The Lost Coast
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The Lost Coast - King Range & Sinkyone Wilderness
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California's Lost Coast is a remote stretch of coastline in southern Humboldt and northern Mendocino counties. The 60+ mile coastline includes sandy and rocky beaches to the north and mountains plunging into the ocean to the south. Rugged mountains border the entire coast.

Summit Hut Featured Trail Journal
The trail up Mount Whitney is never easy, but this is particularly the case in winter when it is covered in snow. The advantages include more solitude and no bugs. On the other hand, you have more severe weather, avalanches, and cold temperatures.

The Lone Cyprus Featured Picture Gallery
Want to see how America's top 1% live? Take a drive along Carmel's 17 mile drive and see mansions, golf courses, beautiful coastlines and a lone cypress tree.

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An autobiography of the naturalist's childhood.




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