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Calif. State Parks Hope To Lure Hikers With Google Trail Mapping Effort

Hikers on some of Southern California’s most popular trails could soon see those ubiquitous Google Street View cameras.

10/13/2014

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KNX On Your Corner: Crescenta Valley Trails

The Crescenta Valley is blessed with amazing hiking and biking trails in the beautiful mountains that surround it.

01/31/2014

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Best Hikes To Do With Your Dog In LA

Dozens of trails are scattered around Los Angeles, many of which happen to be home to some of the most dog-friendly hikes. Some trails require dogs to be on a leash at all times, but other trails give dogs more liberty to roam free.

CBS Los Angeles–06/17/2013

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Popular Hiking Spots Closed At Joshua Tree Due To Rampant Tagging

Acts of graffiti have become so pervasive at Joshua Tree National Park’s most popular hiking spots that officials have had to close them to the public, and they blame the big bump in vandalism on social media.

04/13/2013

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6 Boys Need Rescue After Being Stranded On Hillside

Six hikers — all boys — has to be hoisted to safety Sunday after they got stranded on a hillside in Veterans Memorial Park.

04/07/2013

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Best Scenic Running Paths In Los Angeles

The beauty of Los Angeles is hard to beat when pitted against any other urban city in America, but if you’re on the run in these parts, it’s important to find a favorite spot filled with nature’s finery to take every run over the top.

02/18/2012

The historic Station Fire of 2009 burned through more than 250 square miles of land north of Los Angeles, proving to be the biggest and most deadly in a series of wildfires that summer. (Photo credit: David McNew/Getty Images)

Station Fire Burn Areas To Reopen In Angeles National Forest

The U.S. Forest Service Monday will re-open Angeles National Forest picnic areas, hiking trails and campgrounds closed since the Station Fire charred some 98,000 acres nearly two years ago.

CBS2 / KCAL9–05/16/2011

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