While most decided to cover the event from below, reporter Matt Brown decided to hike some 9 miles and 3,000 vertical feet to capture the story. Here is his behind the scenes look at the hike to the top.
If you're a Bay Area outdoors enthusiast of any kind, you've seen the horrific news about the three Yosemite hikers who were swept away at Vernal Falls. The entire account by the Associated Press can be read here, but the gist is that the three hikers ignored warning signs and [...]
The latest: Three people presumed dead after being swept over a raging waterfall in Yosemite National Park ignored warning signs and crossed a barricade to pose for photographs, a witness said Wednesday.
Two scary stories from the hiking world in CA to pass on. One had an OK ending, one didn't.
More on that goat that went crazy in a national park in Washington state.
If you are in the mood for a beautiful short hike through some large redwoods, consider the Grove of Old Trees near Occidental. There are a few huge trees that have been hollowed out by fire.
The first hike I ever did was on the Mountains-to-Sea Trail outside of Asheville, NC. It was difficult, interesting and the start of an unexpected interest in hiking.
Well, is it?
BiteClub's blogger goes off-road and gets out of the kitchen and into the woods.
What are your suggestions for some fairly easy holiday-season hikes? Maybe places that you love going back to again and again? Or little-known nearby spots that are clearly secrets in our backyard?
Cornucupia leftovers, or what I was reading last week...