Four Mountain Lion Kittens Found Under Thousand Oaks Picnic Bench
Last week, National Park Service biologists assisted the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) with four mountain lion kittens that were discovered under a picnic table near a Thousand Oaks office building that abuts open space.
How to Choose Hiking Socks
The average person takes 2,000 steps to travel one mile. Factor in the up and down of a hiking trail and the roots and rocks you’ll encounter along the way, and that number only gets higher. With every step, the right socks play a critical role in keeping your feet comfortable and blister-free throughout your journey.
Rivas Ridge Loop
A hike along a little-known trail on Rivas Ridge serves as an alternate route to Goat Peak and provides a new link to the Backbone Trail and Will Rogers Park
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Hot-Weather Hiking Tips
Sunny days are perfect for lacing up your boots and heading out in search of an alpine lake, a mountain summit or a dramatic slot canyon. But, along with the sun can come intense heat, and if you don’t manage the combination of the two properly, your fun day can turn into a painful and […]
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How to Go Hiking in the Rain
Before you grumble about a gray forecast, it’s worth remembering that giant redwoods, colorful wildflowers and grandiose canyons were all made possible by the relentless pitter patter of a billion raindrops.