A resource for nature lovers, environmental stewards, explorers, sustainable lifestyle advocates & community activists. Enjoy this compilation of stories from our travels across the globe told through blogs, pictures & video.
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One of the best ways to have a little adventure out in nature is to go hiking. Whether you’re alone or with a group, going on a hike is a great way to get some fresh air and get the blood pumping.
However, it’s not that easy to go from being deskbound all the time to going uphill on a steep trek. So, if you’re a complete beginner to hiking, or an old hand who has fallen out of practice, you can use the following to get back into shape and get hike-ready.
Well we've been back in action to another fully booked weekend after a month closure due to the recent fires. It never gets easier. 30+ cancellations during peak season, issuing refunds or rescheduling and not so happy glampers.
Come Discover Baja Norte with us starting into 2021 and beyond! Mexico "lindo y querido" has always been a destination very close to our hearts. From the language, music and culture, to their culinary traditions and deep heritage - Mexico features one of the richest and most vibrant cultures you'll ever experience.
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Take advantage of our weekday offer and come stay with us at Fox Den - Laguna Campground. This site is our most ambitious staging to date and includes; 2 bell tents, our 2 story tree tent bubble and our Trilluim XL hammock by @tentsile, which holds up to 6 people. There is an additional Trillium hammock and 2 person Connect tree tent. The site can hold up to 12 people comfortably. Starting at $130 per night for 2 people. $35 per night additional ppl. $100 cleaning fee. Minimum 2 nights. Use code WEEKDAY20 at checkout for 20% off.
It’s a very difficult time for so many right now and we’re so sad to see the devastation being caused by multiple wildfires across our state. USFS temporarily closed 8 Forest Districts as of yesterday, which included the Cleveland National Forest, Mt. Laguna Recreation Area. Although the Mt. Laguna region is currently not under any direct fire threat, all of USFS personal and resources are being re-directed towards managing these unprecedented fires.