Kara Guzman

San Francisco, Park City, Santa Barbara, Salt Lake City, Sacramento

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  1. Shylie's Last Hurrah: Backpacking in the Desolation Wilderness for an Old Dog

    San Francisco

    The story of Shylie, an old wolf-like mutt, who taught her human a thing or two about what life is all about while exploring California's Desolation Wilderness.

  2. Five Things to Know about Deer Valley Resort Mountain Biking

    Park City

    Deer Valley mountain biking means epic downhill runs, technical singletrack, and scenic cross-country trails, all served by chairlifts.

  3. Where to Drink and Dine Outdoors at Deer Valley Resort

    Park City

    Deer Valley has plenty of dining choices, from a casual snack shack to an award-winning brick-oven restaurant and summer concert picnics.

  4. The Lowdown on the Deer Valley Summer Concert Series

    Park City

    If live music and picnics sound like fun, take advantage of the Deer Valley Summer Concert Series and its amazing outdoor amphitheater.

  5. The 5 Best Trail to Pub Pairings in Santa Barbara

    Santa Barbara

    Santa Barbara has both picturesque trails and a thriving wine and craft beer community. Here are five ways to combine them both for an outdoor adventure followed by some of the region's best drinks.

  6. Zion National Park’s 'Secret' Trails

    Salt Lake City

    Utah's Zion National Park draws more than 3 million visitors a year, but for those looking to avoid the crowds, the park's east entrance offers access to equally scenic canyons for experienced open-desert hikers who can navigate the backcountry.

  7. A Foodie’s Guide to Exploring Santa Barbara

    Santa Barbara

    Santa Barbara is an outdoor-lovers paradise with a foodie culture that offers fine options for refueling before and after an adventure. If food is important to you, here are some of the best dining options in the city.

  8. How to Plan a Road Bike Trip By Train in Northern California - Part 2


    With 17 stations between downtown San Jose and Auburn in the Sierra foothills, the Capitol Corridor train route offers serious cyclists in Northern California access to some of the best cycling in the state.