Category Archives: Hiking

Crystal Cove Backpacking

Crystal Cove is a great beginners backpacking trip for those who live in Southern California because of its convenient location and its short 3 mile hike to the primitive campground. Crystal Cove offers 3 primitive campsites to choose from, Lower Moro, Upper Moro, and Deer Canyon. Here you can practice your backpacking skills and test… READ MORE

Cabrillo’s Hidden Sea Cave.

Cabrillo’s Hidden Sea Cave.

Salutations! The Wild Mile headed South to do some exploring this past Sunday. Our Mission Objective? To find and explore the tide-pools of Cabrillo and it’s hidden Sea Cave. READ MORE

Joshua Tree.

Joshua Tree.

On a sunny Saturday in July, we decided to make a day-trip out to the desert; spontaneously mind you. I had a nerve to get out and explore something… like Mother-Nature was calling my name. So, we took a trip out to Joshua Tree National Park. READ MORE

Sunken City – San Pedro, CA

Sunken City – San Pedro, CA

Sunken city is definitely a hidden gem near Los Angeles! If you love street art this place is definitely for you. Sunken city is located on the seaside cliffs in San Pedro California. It is a great place to spend an afternoon to explore and take in the natural wonders of the ocean mixed with… READ MORE

Crystal Cave – Sequoia National Park

Crystal Cave – Sequoia National Park

An hour and a half within the Land of Giants, rests the Crystal Cave. Open only in May through November, it’s a must-stop adventure in Sequoia National Park. Crystal cove is a tour-guided spectacle, so don’t expect to venture off on your own. From the top of the trail-head down to the mouth is approximately… READ MORE