Paradise Lake in Magalia, CA if you are walking, hiking, biking or running the trail along the shores of Paradise Lake is unforgettable….this year we are blessed with a lot of spring rain. Get out there and enjoy this beautiful trail

close to Paradise fall can be out of this world sometimes during a california fall / winter perfect weather, air and things to do #getoutside #photography #flyinghorsdesign

riding in Northern California Northern California has a huge horse population and some very beautiful and memorable places to ride…visit if you get the chance.

Table Mountain – Fall 2017 The North Table Mountain Ecological Reserve is a nature reserve of 3,315 acres located three miles north of Oroville, in Butte County, northern California. The land was acquired by the state in October, 1993.  

Hieroglyphic Trail – Superstition mountains Most hikes into the Superstition Mountains east of Phoenix begin from the north side, accessed via the Apache Trail, and tend to be rather long and relatively little-used, but one of the shortest, easiest reached and therefore most popular routes starts in the south, at the edge of the expanding community of Gold Canyon along US 60. The 1.5 mile Hieroglyphic Trail climbs a gentle slope covered with many cacti then enters the lower end of a boulder-filled canyon, ending at a rocky section where pools persist…Continue Reading “Hieroglyphic Trail – Superstition mountains”

General Sherman Tree – Sequoia National Park The General Sherman Tree is the world’s largest tree, measured by volume. It stands 275 feet (83 m) tall, and is over 36 feet (11 m) in diameter at the base. Sequoia trunks remain wide high up. Sixty feet above the base, the Sherman Tree is 17.5 feet (5.3 m) in diameter. Visiting the General Sherman Tree Two trails lead to the Sherman Tree. Parking for the Main Trail is off the Wolverton Road (between the Sherman Tree…Continue Reading “General Sherman Tree – Sequoia National Park”

MTB riding Rancho San Clemente trail Rancho San Clemente Ridgeline Trail is a three and a half mile path for pedestrians, bicycles and dogs on leash. It has wide angle views of the coastline from Dana Point Headlands to the San Diego County beaches, along with broad vistas of inland hills, valleys and mountains in three counties. Trail surface is mostly asphalt, with some natural soil portions; it has several steep grades, but the majority is easy, long grades. There are six trail entrances: three…Continue Reading “MTB riding Rancho San Clemente trail”