Hiking Inn to Inn
Hike inn to inn - Savor the journey and the destination. Leave the car behind, explore the wild and sleep in a comfortable inn each night.
Started by heidi thompson Oct 30.
Hike the wild and beautiful Malibu Coast from Leo Carillo State Beach to Santa Monica Pier. This is a land of bountiful sea life, exquisite beaches, and towering mountains. Migrating whales, seabirds, seals, porpoises, and sea lions may be your only companions along rugged and secluded sections of this hike. Then join SoCal beach lovers on classic, expansive strands. Enjoy interesting inns, fine cuisine, and long days hiking and swimming in the wild Pacific on this 3-day, 3- mile adventure. Read more about this hike or purchase an easy to print and pack guide.
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With a light daypack and a few reservations you can travel for days on California's breathtaking coastline or in the Sierra Nevada Mountains, each night recovering your energy with a delicious meal, a comfortable bed, and maybe even a hot tub. Hiking inn to inn is an age old tradition. Enjoy and share stories, pictures and resources about human-powered travel from around the world.
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