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Hiking Crystal Lake to Mount Hawkins and South Mount Hawkins

A day of solitude surrounded by miles of untouched wilderness and snow capped peaks, all contained in a Sunday hike in LA’s backyard. Even I didn’t think that was possible. 1,568 more words


San Gabriel Mountains, Mt. Baldy

This Weekend we will be hiking Mt. San Antonio in Angeles National Forest, also known as Mt. Baldy in this area because of its often snow-capped peak. 696 more words


Check out the views.

Hey, Laexpat here. In my last blog post I had some photos that inspire me from my adventures that I simply could not fit in to the last post. 42 more words

Angeles National Forest

Wait there is nature in Texas?

Howdy y’all. I was thinking. When I first moved to Texas I was under the impression that the state was developed into three categories; Cattle Ranches, Big cities, or oil fields. 484 more words


The Disappearance of Kimberly Blum

Kimberly Blum, 44, was last seen in La Crescenta, California. She was visiting her family on the afternoon of June 5, 2014 at her sisters in the vicinity of Cinco Casitas Lane. 245 more words


Station Fire A Year And A Half Later

It has been eighteen months since the devastating fire that burned to over a third of the Angeles National Forest and now that one of the main roads is now open I decided to drive up and see first hand how the forest is recovering.   271 more words

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Mt. Lewis Is A Small Treasure Hidden In Plain Sight

I’ve hiked from Dawson Saddle over a dozen times, but I only made it up to Mt. Lewis for the first time last Saturday. I confess I was told to go a few years ago on a day I went snowshoeing up the Dawson Saddle Trail toward the PCT. 1,073 more words