We hiked to the Gaviota Wind Caves in Gaviota, California. These are caves formations made of sand stone. The trail is about 2.5 miles long. We decided to turn around at the lower caves although the upper caves were only 10 minutes up the hill. The views from the caves and the ridge on the trail was awesome.
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In this vlog Hueneme and I hike up to The Gaviota Wind Caves! Located off U.S. Highway 101 in Santa Barbara county, CA. These are quite unique caves, carved from the way the wind moves in the area. The hike is about 4 miles round trip at about 600 feet elevation. Definitely a beautiful hike and an amazing experience! Enjoy!! Follow me on https://instagram.com/cadgmoney https://twitter.com/cadgmoney https://soundcloud.com/cadgmoney https://facebook.com/jeff.cadger Please! The bike I ride http://bsdforever.com/products/ Camera I use is a Canon T6i https://goo.gl/mQWq7x Wide angle lens I use http://bit.ly/2tgeeEK Fisheye lens I use http://amzn.to/2oKm9EU Go pro I use session 5 https://goo.gl/4PB2He Drone I use http://bit.ly/2FmXCNh All the beats in my videos are made by me in Logic Pro X. Like and Subscribe! Hit the bell to get updates! Leave a comment! Thank you!
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The El Capitan Canyon is resort that gives you camping experience without roughing it. El Capitan Canyon is located in Goleta, California about 10 miles north of Santa Barbara. I was a little apprehensive about "glamping" but if it's a way to get my wife and son to try camping it's worth the effort. I have to admit, having a private bathroom in the cabin is something I appreciated. There's plenty of real camping activities to enjoy at El Capitan Canyon if you're not into the spa stuff. Outro music: "Isolated" by Kevin Macleod Incompetech.com
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About 2 months ago, content creators that inspire my work made a video in the area I live in. More than astonished by the quality of their video, I was surprised to see that they had been places around me I never knew before. After seeing the video, one place really drew my attention, a jewel of a photo situation, an abandoned plane. My friend Chase and I were determined to find the plane but after hours of researching, we came to the conclusion that it was off the radar, no where to be found. We tried contacting the creators but they wouldn't come back to us. Luckily one of the many locals I asked gave me a hint about the whereabouts but not the precise location. We had never been closer. After many nights spent face-timing inspecting the area on google maps, Chase stumbled upon a small white cross. As he zoomed in, it became certain, "We finally found it!", sitting there in the middle of nowhere. The tedious work was behind us, now it was time to go out and do what we love, shoot. -- Special thanks to my friend Chase Paisley who helped filming this video. Check out his work, he is a very talented photographer and an inspiring filmmaker. Chase's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chasepaisle... Chase's Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCAi... -- // INSTAGRAM // https://www.instagram.com/yrk_serriere/ // FACEBOOK // https://www.facebook.com/ragnarvision... // CONTACT // [email protected] // PREVIOUS VIDEO // https://youtu.be/2pR7CmoT4-k
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It was an amazing experience and will definitely try again very soon!
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On the weekend before the Fourth of July, a group of us went out to Catalina Island to do a little beach camping via kayaks. We traveled along the coast from Two Harbors to Avalon, camping at Cabrillo Beach. We partook in some pretty fun activities/challenges like hiking out to the airport, snorkeling, and even getting in some "cliff" jumping off 25' Cabrillo Rock. All in all, an incredibly fun adventure! Thanks to Jared, Mark, Chanel, and Dan for making it so enjoyable. And a special thanks to Mark for putting this all together. If you would like to try your own kayakpacking adventure, here are a few links to get you started: Kayaks at Descanso Beach Ocean Sports - http://kayakcatalinaisland.com/kayak-camping/ Map - https://drive.google.com/open?id=1xZVB1k81vkNJcxgN-N6bkGHSZOM&usp=sharing Ferry via Catalina Express - https://www.catalinaexpress.com/ Correction: In the video, I mentioned that I lost my "GoPro", but in full disclosure, I shot this video using Sony's AZ100 and AS300 Action Cams. It was just easier to say the ubiquitous "GoPro". So... if there are any Sony execs out there that want to sponsor any future videos, rest assured that I am happily using your cameras. Thanks for taking a look, and I will see you on the next adventure! Jim
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The HOKA ONE ONE Top Trails video series returns for season two, with our first stop in Portland, OR. Portland is the host city for the upcoming IAAF World Indoor Championships, March 17-20. Here, HOKA Athlete Eric Avila takes us for a run on the north section of the Wildwood Trail in Forest Park. The Wildwood Trail meanders for 30.2 miles through the densely wooded park. Forest Park, originally designed by the Olmsted Brothers (who’s father designed New York’s Central Park) in 1903, is one of the nation’s largest urban forest reserves. It sits just west of downtown Portland and provides about 70 miles of easily accessible trails. Additionally, Portland’s proximity to the Cascade Mountain Range and the Columbia River Gorge provides virtually unlimited, dynamic hiking and trail running opportunities. Host Ian Terpin heads to Portland Running Company to talk with Dave Harkin (Owner, Portland Running Co.) about the upcoming IAAF World Indoor Championships, Portland’s running community and the Wildwood Trail. Afterward, Todd Janssen (Trail Factor / Go Beyond Racing) takes us on a morning trail run in Forest Park. Finally Willie McBride and Yassine Diboun (Owners, Wy’east Wolfpack) sit down at Tidbit Food Farm and Garden with hosts Matt Barnhart and Ian Terpin to eat some local food-cart food and talk about trails inside and outside of Portland. Willy and Yassine then lead an evening group run to the highest point in Portland-Council Crest Park. To browse our selection of trail running shoes please visit: http://www.hokaoneone.com/mens-trail/
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The 932 acre Vasquez Rocks Natural Area Park, owned and managed by the County of Los Angeles, contains ancient rock sculptures created by 20 to 25 million years of earthquake movement along the Elkhorn Fault, an offshoot of the San Andreas Fault. Quite an amazing spectacle to see. Named after a notorious bandit who used the area to hide from the Sheriff. More info and pics at http://www.conejovalleyguide.com/welcome/geological-wonders-at-vasquez-rocks-natural-area-park-in-agu.html For thousands of things to do throughout Ventura County and occasionally in adjacent areas like Agua Dulce, visit http://www.ConejoValleyGuide.com
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(Viewing tips for the motion-sick prone: don't let the video occupy too much of your field of view -- stay far enough from the screen, or don't use full-screen -- and don't try to watch the whole 54 minutes all at once :) ) At the southwest corner of Washington State are Ilwaco, Long Beach, and Cape Disappointment State Park (part of the Lewis and Clark National Parks). Along the beach and through the park runs the ~8 mile Discovery Trail, paved for the length of the beach, and most of its run through the park. This is a video of the whole trail, in real time, from the north end to the south end in Ilwaco, and then the loop through the park roads until it meets back with the trail at Beard's Hollow. [For the same video at 3x speed, please see here: http://youtu.be/9xWq21B7lCI] The loop through the park includes five short climbs between Ilwaco and the turn-off for the Ranger's office (and the Cape Disappointment Lighthouse). Two of them are hardly worth mentioning, while the other three are significant but even a casual cyclist willing to gear down and take their time should be fine. Note that while the speed limit along that stretch is 25mph, I did see some drivers exceeding the limit significantly, and no enforcement in sight. Make sure you're visible and paying attention! Past the Ranger's office turn-off, the speed limit increases to 35mph and the road narrows a bit, but it's flatter and easier to keep one's speed up. I actually felt a little bit safer along that stretch than on the 25mph section. The whole trail is a real pleasure to ride (not counting loose dogs and their poop, of course). With a tailwind, it's like riding a nice gradual downgrade. Of course, going the other way (as I was here) it's like a long uphill. I'm not the fastest rider around anyway, so between taking it easy and the headwind, I take my time getting to the end. The trail is pretty winding with poor sight lines, and then once in the park can be wet and slippery with lots of needles and leaves, and even a tricky wood bridge here and there. It's a good place to slow down a bit and enjoy watching the birds (along the beach) and the salamanders (through the forest). :) Related map links: http://funbeach.com/maps-directions/discovery-trail-map/ http://www.nps.gov/lewi/planyourvisit/maps.htm Highlights of the ride include: Clark's Tree (a couple of fun hairpin turns here): 1:30 Going under the boardwalk at Sid Snyder Drive (watch yer head!): 9:30 Turn-off for the Gray whale skeleton: 10:05 Check out someone else's head-mounted camera video for a closer look at the skeleton: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_t02U1ERWMg#t=52s Water over the trail (eat my wake! :) ): 26:10 Steep gravel uphill section (a stronger rider, or with lower gearing than my road bike, probably wouldn't have to get off and walk part of it like I did :) ): 28:45 Long bridge at end of trail in Ilwaco: 38:30 Twisty trail with concrete-planked bridges adjacent to park road: 51:30
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Hiking Tours - California's Central Coast with Steve Denneen http://www.naturalhealingsoulutions.com http://www.coastalhikingtours.com (805) 801-8439 Steve Denneen a down to earth guy that really knows the outback of the Central Coast very well being his passion since childhood explains how getting out in nature creates adventure and balance for anyone looking for a variety of tours. Steve's variation of hiking tours accommodates all levels. He will guide you along the beautiful Central Coast of California. Come join an experienced hiker, for more then just a tour, it is an adventure!
Views: 56 Laura Lee Waldorf
Butano State Park's 2,200 acres lie in a secluded redwood-filled canyon. The park features miles of hiking trails, 21 drive-in campsites and 18 walk-in campsites. Restrooms with running water are provided. Drinking water is available at the park in both the campground and in the day use areas. Guided nature walk and weekend campfire programs are offered during the summer. If you find our videos helpful to you, why not help us. We have added a donation button on the bottom of our homepage at campsitephotos.com.
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Palomar Mountain State Park features spectacular views of the Pacific, camping, picnicking, hiking, and fishing (trout) in Doane Pond. Coniferous forests cover much of the 1,897 acres, in contrast with the dry lowlands surrounding the mountain. This is one of the few southern California areas with a Sierra Nevada-like atmosphere. East of the park is the world-famous Palomar Observatory. If you find our videos helpful to you, why not help us. We have added a donation button on the bottom of our homepage at campsitephotos.com.
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Quick video review of the Bonita Hiking Trail in Bonita California. This is a great walking, biking, running or hiking trail just outside of Chula Vista. The course is 3.3 miles around Rhor Park and Chula Vista Municipal Golf Course. If you're looking to get in some exercise then put this trail on your list. If you want more quick reviews of Chula Vista businesses then be sure to check out www.ChulaVistaLiving.com
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Hey, guys! I joined my uncle Art and cousin Steph to Cardiac Hill. It's a hiking trail in Bonita, CA. I loved it. I found a campsite that I'm hoping to camp at someday and I also passed by the Bonita Golf Course! Love that course. Stay healthy, guys! See you next time. Second channel: http://www.youtube.com/bryanflightstudios Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/bryanflight twitter: http://www.twitter.com/BryanFlight
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This primitive campground is approximately 1 mile inland from the beach on a plateau overlooking the Santa Lucia mountains as well as the Pacific Ocean. Washburn campground can be accessed from the San Simeon Creek Campground entrance station. Facilities here include a fire ring and picnic table at each campsite, water spigots, chemical flush toilets and use of the dump station and water fill-up. If you find our videos helpful to you, why not help us. We have added a donation button on the bottom of our homepage at campsitephotos.com.
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The Goat Canyon Trestle bridge, located in Carrizo Gorge near Jacumba, CA is the largest curved wooden trestle bridge in the world. We started our hike at the trailhead off the dirt road next to the De Anza Springs (clothing optional) resort. The hike was on a relatively flat trail that followed a railroad track all the way to the bridge. A few people in our group rode their bikes while the rest of us hiked. This was a 16-mile out and back trail in a remote location and it is not recommended to hike or bike alone. Round up a few friends, go out there and have a fabulous time on this epic adventure!
Views: 3262 Tales of the Trails
Dogs, kids, bikes, food, fun. What more could you want? It's the perfect family getaway. This is a seaside town for an active lifestyle! There’s outdoor adventure wherever you look. There are two different beaches you can actually bring your dog to. It’s also home to the Bob Jones City to the Sea Bike Trail, a three mile child and walker friendly scenic route that that ends at Avila Pier. Pair that with a festive nightlife of great food, entertainment, and regional wines. For more discoveries please subscribe to my channel and check out our website: OnTheRoadWithJo.net
Views: 249 Joanna Wemple
New Lego 2018 - Pickup & Caravan Head out into nature with the family in the LEGO® City Pickup & Caravan, featuring a big caravan with opening side, door, removable front roof to access the bedroom, removable furniture and a separate support leg to stand alone, plus a pickup truck with removable cab roof and bed with caravan hitch. This fun toy for boys and girls includes 3 minifigures and a crab figure. Pieces: 344 pcs Age: 5 - 12 Price: £24.99, €29.99, $29.99 ► Lego City 2016 playlist https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tz0A4cM0epA&list=PLs4268aeskjnwe9qVbVQIDXs8oEv-dnjw ► Lego City (all) playlist https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UYv3OD9D9o0&list=PLs4268aeskjn6Fzus19eby5mx7z7QSplm Other favourite Lego series: ► Lego City Arctic playlist https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bxhXhG0DD5c&list=PLs4268aeskjkvZHoJ67h18ZjU48cAKw0v ► Lego Chima playlist https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tsf80LaZSR0&list=PLs4268aeskjlQbYNyGdQ0tLTqlg04SSH- ► Lego Ninjago playlist http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HeP2-yeIoN8&list=PLs4268aeskjk0YLUoWamDDupWoBFhBoZu ► Lego Super Heroes playlist http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1tj4VMdwRJU&list=PLs4268aeskjluhfwh99YhOQ2PUP4L9fU4 ► Lego Technic playlist http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2abfV8irZFw&list=PLs4268aeskjlVWpw1odpaxckLrB7Pg4Lp ► Lego Star Wars playlist http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qq4ZIiNrKrc&list=PLs4268aeskjkJeGr-ezc3RpP8ir86TFLj Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/+Brickshow23/posts Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/user/Brickbuilder23?sub_confirmation=
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http://www.CampgroundViews.com takes user submitted videos combined with professional editing to provide tent and RV campers with a first person view of a campground or RV park. Millerton Lake State Recreation Area in Friant California offers 47 miles of shoreline for water sports including swimming, fishing, and boating. During winter, the park has special boat tours to view the bald eagles. The park also has boat camping. Full, partial, and primitive hookup RV and tent camping sites. Music Licensed From MusicBakery.com
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SUBSCRIBE! http://tinyurl.com/p2fveuj In this episode of "California Travel Tips," Veronica Hill offers a guided tour of El Capitan Canyon, a luxury campground and RV resort in Santa Barbara, California. This Santa Barbara campground, located just a short walk from El Capitan State Beach, is one of the best glamping locations in California. You can take your pick from safari tents and yurts and cabins. If you have an RV or tent, you can camp next door at Ocean Mesa RV Resort. LIKE ME ON FACEBOOK http://tinyurl.com/nqx9osq CIRCLE ME ON GOOGLE PLUS http://tinyurl.com/odkmbqk FOLLOW ME ON TWITTER https://twitter.com/Californiatips FOLLOW ME ON INSTAGRAM http://instagram.com/californiatraveltips BUY MY APPS! California Essential Guide App: ITUNES: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/id428163062?mt=8 GOOGLE PLAY: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.sutromedia.android.guide.ca.essential.guide568&hl=en Yosemite Travel Essentials App: ITUNES: https://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewSoftware?id=606694986&mt=8 DISNEYLAND INSIDER'S TRAVEL GUIDE ITUNES: https://itunes.apple.com/ua/app/disneyland-insiders-travel/id528739310?mt=8 GOOGLE PLAY: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.sutromedia.android.guide.disney.guide&hl=en
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http://www.CampgroundViews.com takes user submitted videos combined with professional editing to provide tent and RV campers with a first person view of a campground or RV park. Cachuma Lake Recreation Area is located between Santa Barbara California and Solvang California. Set amidst acres of wilderness flanked by the picturesque Santa Ynez and San Rafael Mountains, lies glimmering Cachuma Lake. Here you will find practically everything you need for a relaxing getaway in the great outdoors. Mild temperatures, typically sunny skies, and celebrated fishing conditions make camping here during winter months exceptionally rewarding. Full, partial, and primitive tent and RV camping sites situated near and around the shores of the lake. Music Licensed From MusicBakery.com
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CampgroundViews.com takes user submitted videos combined with professional editing to provide campers and RV owners with a first person view of campgrounds and RV parks. Take a look at San Onofre Bluffs in Oceanside California at http://www.CampgroundViews.com. San Onofre Bluffs is part of San Onofre State Beach and is located south of San Clemente on I-5 off of exit Basilone Road. The campground offers primitive camping with a dump station and a day use area. Music Licensed From MusicBakery.com
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