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Modern Hiker
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The oldest and most-read hiking blog in Southern California.
The oldest and most-read hiking blog in Southern California.

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This is the last weekend for our Crowdfunding Campaign. If you can help - please do. We still have a long ways to go, but if we can inch past the $30k mark we can start some meaningful work ... and we're almost there!

If you can't help or already have, please help us get the word out about this campaign. Thank you!
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In a new update to our crowdfunding campaign, I go a little into the history of the site, what our purpose is, and why helping Modern Hiker is helping the entire outdoor community grow and adapt to a new generation.
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5 Hikes You Gotta Do Your First Year Living in Los Angeles (According to Modern Hiker)
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We've added new perks to the Campaign - and cut prices on others. Learn more and contribute!
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During our crowdfunding campaign, I'm also going to be vlogging and answering questions. Take a look!
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We've got some great perks on our crowdfunding campaign - and the FIRST to sell out were a pair of awesome sleeping bags from TETON Sports -- well, our friends have helped us out again, and now you can snag either a 20 or ZERO degree bag for contributing to our campaign! http://buff.ly/1J8ZCmV
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Hiking doesn't ALWAYS have to be on a trail - sometimes, exploring new neighborhoods is just as rewarding.
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Your weekend's almost here - so why not hit one of the best post-rain trails in L.A.? See you outside!
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Looking for a good post-rain hike in SD County? Boucher Hill has history, oak woodlands, and stunning views. Go get your boots muddy!
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President Obama signed the San Gabriel Mountains National Monument into existence last October -- but even the signed proclamation left many questions unanswered.

Last night, a packed house gathered at an informative panel meeting to learn what's next for the San Gabriels, how they can get involved in the Monument process, and if anyone really knows why the Arroyo Seco and front range were excluded at the last minute.
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