Visit these exciting options for indoor activities that will challenge yourself, burn calories and be fun.
Los Angeles offers many open spaces to soothe the mind and take in the open air.
Although it may seem that summer is never over for SoCal, there are ways for nature lovers to view a decent array of colors in the fall. Luckily for locals, leaving the beach palms for mountain pines can be done in a matter of hours. Here are some of the best spots to watch the autumn leaves change their hues.
About 450 hidden historic stairways, built mostly in the 1920’s, wind through LA’s steep hillside neighborhoods. For your cardio workout or for your mere discovery, here are some of the coolest.
Consider the following places, all of which are ideal for watching the alluring sunsets no other city than Los Angeles has to offer.
America is blessed with an abundance of natural wonders, from pristine lakes and mighty rivers to natural sandstone arches and snow-capped mountains.
For a sport that only began in 2005, stand-up paddleboard (SUP for short) is experiencing a huge boom these days. And its offshoot, paddleboard yoga, is one of the more popular movements the fitness practice has experienced.
Fall is in full swing, so get out there and enjoy the still-warm weather at a variety of events like a baseball game, an aquarium, a beer fest – the possibilities are endless.
Whether you’re looking for alone time near the beach or in the hills, on a restaurant terrace or by trying a new activity, the City of Angels is the perfect place for an outdoor date this fall.
What’s not to love about the laid-back culture and lifestyle that surrounds surfing? Truly, it is one of the best exercises for your body, mind and soul.
With the Perseid meteor shower once again hurtling through the heavens towards planet Earth, here our top picks for the best places in Los Angeles to get a view of this annual spectacle.
Whether it’s a long weekend or a half-day, take advantage of these five adventurous activities designed by women for women.
While river sports are in short supply in this part of California, beach access provides an endless playground for water lovers who enjoy the view above the waterline. Here are five nearby spots for great rafting and kayaking.
If you’re out hiking alone in a remote area and somehow get lost, can you survive for a few nights? What would happen in the aftermath of a major earthquake that disables all public utilities?
It gets hot, hot, hot out here in the Inland Empire during the summer time, therefore cooling off at a local splash pad or water park is essential.