Where Pinnacles national park is the newest addition to California’s list of national parks. It was previously a National Monument and only in January 2013 the ‘national park’ title was bestowed on it. Pinnacles is near the infamous San Andreas Fault, and the unique rock formations here are a result of volcanic eruptions eons ago. The park… Read More Hiking in Pinnacles National Park
Yes, California has some spectacular fall colors in Sierra Nevada. Sierra Nevada is a mountain range in the eastern part of California. Autumn here might not be as dense, vibrant, and spanning acres like some places on the East coast, Canada, and parts of Europe, but it’s admirable.
Are you up to spending a day/night on an island (close to California) that is free from resorts, hotels, and restaurants? Sounds intriguing? Channel islands is that non-commercialised place where you can enjoy the serenity of nature and have fun kayaking, snorkeling, hiking, and diving. Where Located very close to the Californian coast, Channel islands is… Read More Kayaking and Snorkeling in Channel Islands National Park
Yosemite may not impress everybody instantly, until you are in the valley with massive granite cliffs peeping through the fog, or at Glacier point with an unnerving view of the valley, or watching the tallest waterfall in North America adorned by a rainbow in the afternoon sun, or wowed by the Giants of Mariposa grove. Where Yosemite… Read More Yosemite valley and Mariposa grove
Mono lake should be on your list of ‘bizarre things to see’. And while you are here, visit the nearby town of Mammoth lakes to the famous Mammoth mountain. Why? Let me tell you all about Mono lake and Mammoth mountain. Where Mono lake is a large, saline lake in Mono county, California. Mammoth mountain is… Read More Mono lake and Mammoth mountain