The ALABAMA HILLS is a portion of federally protected public land spanning over 30,000 acres located near the town of Lone Pine, California. Situated at the foot of the Eastern Sierras with Mount Whitney towering over the high desert landscape, Alabama Hills is an alluring retreat for adventurers of all ages. Known for the massive boulders and natural arches, the landscape was formed over millions of year as a result from the weathering process caused by wind and water. The list of outdoor activities to enjoy among the rocky terrain is astounding and is ideal during autumn and spring months. Visitors are free to cycle, hike, rock climb, trail run, and camp within the boundaries of this marvelous National Recreation Area with no fees attached.
CARRIZO PLAIN NATIONAL MONUMENT is easily one of California's most spectacular hidden gems that should be experienced by any nature lover. Located in a remote area between San Luis Obispo and Bakersfield, this ecological masterpiece offers panoramic views of rolling grassland and epic "super blooms" in the springtime. With the largest concentration of threatened and endangered wildlife in California as well as Southern California's largest remaining natural alkali wetland, Carrizo Plain was designated a national monument in 2001 and now consists of over 204,000 acres of federally protected land. With the help from The Nature Conservancy, Carrizo Plain is now the largest protected habitat along the pacific flyway, which is a route used by migratory birds spanning from Alaska all the way down to Patagonia.
Nestled approximately 150 miles south of San Francisco along the Scenic Highway One, BIG SUR is an expansive, 90-mile stretch of stunning coastline situated between Carmel and San Simeon. At one point, Big Sur was originally known for its redwood lumbering instead of its hiking trails, camping, waterfalls and other outdoor activities we associate with the area today. Thankfully, in 1937 the completion of the Scenic Highway One allowed for easier access for visitors to witness the incredible beauty Big Sur has to offer. Whether you're looking to pass through for lunch or spend a weekend camping under the redwoods, Big Sur is the perfect destination for a relaxing adventure along the California coast.
Situated in the center of Arizona approximately two hours north of Phoenix, SEDONA is a breathtaking town surrounded by 1.8 million acres of forest and being home to the world-famous red rocks towering high above the quiet desert landscape. Not only being known for it's stunning landscape, Sedona is also considered by Native Americans to be a sacred place to renew or heal your spirit through the multiple vortex energy centers scattered throughout the city. Whether you're looking to explore the desert or forest, both are possible within a few minutes drive from downtown Sedona. If you're planning to drive from Los Angeles, it's a hefty one clocking in at around 7.5 hours, without traffic, or a quick flight to Phoenix. However you decide to get to Sedona, in the end, you'll be glad you experienced this incredible place situated in the historical American southwest.
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