Think of this guide as qone-stop shoppingq for adventurous travelers and outdoor enthusiasts--you'd have to buy dozens of different single-sport guidebooks to find all the information that's right at your fingertips in this complete, all-purpose compendium of outdoor information.Within each region, readers will find a directory of the best things to do and the best places to do them: sea kayaking the Sea of Cortez; mountain biking to a painted Indian cave; hiking the badlands of Death Valley; chartering a yacht and exploring the Channel Islands; and rock climbing the famed walls of Joshua Tree National Park. From bird watching to big-wave surfing, there are outings here for readers of all ages and skill levels. Packed with logistical advice, detailed maps, and complete camping and lodging information for each region, Outside Magazine's Adventure Guide to Southern California a Baja will provide travelers with memorable adventures and will serve as a cherished resource, to be used again and again.Level dirt road. Access: Hwy. 150 takes you into downtown Ojai, where you can find street parking on Signal St. A short, easy ride on Ojaia#39;s Shelf Road, a gated dirt road at the north ... This ride is also used by hikers and walkers, so use caution. ... One of the most popular mountain bike routes in Ojai, Sulphur Mountain Roadanbsp;...
|Title||:||Frommer's Great Outdoor Guide to Southern California & Baja|
|Publisher||:||Frommers - 1999-04-08|