Taylor Reilly

Austin, Los Angeles, San Diego

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  1. Cowles Mountain - Hiking

    San Diego

    Cowles Mountain is the highest point in the city of San Diego at 1,592-feet, and lies within Mission Trails Regional Park.

  2. Bastrop State Park - Backpacking/Camping

    Austin

    This is a beautiful park to backpack and experience the Lost Pines of Central Texas!

  3. Mission Bay Park - Road Running

    San Diego

    The paved paths at Mission Bay Park will certainly impress runners and cyclists alike.

  4. Fiesta Island - Road Running

    San Diego

    This 5-mile path around Fiesta Island is free of traffic and is perfect for a solid workout or a family excursion.

  5. Embarcadero - Road Running

    San Diego

    This 5-mile run through the Embarcadero offers one of the most scenic views in Southern California.

  6. Camp Eagle - Climbing

    Austin

    Camp Eagle is a privately run Christian Camp that allows public access to it's fun limestone rock climbing routes, hiking and mountain biking trails.

  7. Lake Bastrop - Paddling

    Austin

    Pine forests surround this lake, making the landscape a beautiful anomaly in Central Texas.

  8. Mary Moore Searight Metropolitan Park Disc Golf

    Austin

    Searight, as it's known to the locals, in South Austin, is an average difficulty course disc golf course that offers a wide variety of pretty terrain.

  9. Circle C Ranch Metropolitan Park Disc Golf

    Austin

    Circle C, in South Austin, is a fun and very challenging disc golf course.

  10. La Jolla/ Fay Avenue Bike Path - Road Running

    San Diego

    The 2.4-mile round-trip route on the La Jolla Bike Path is an easy going option that takes you through beautiful La Jolla, CA.

  11. Rio Frio Whitewater Paddling

    Austin

    A classic Texas Hill Country river that should not be missed.

  12. Lake Miramar - Road Running

    San Diego

    This 5-mile path is a great place for runners of all ability levels.

  13. Lake Georgetown - Paddling

    Austin

    Paddle, hike, or bike in and around Lake Georgetown, on the San Gabriel River.

  14. Lake Austin - Paddling

    Austin

    This 1,600-acre reservoir is a great destination for paddling and fishing.

  15. Medina River - Paddling

    Austin

    One of the Texas Hill Country's most beautiful, secret streams.

  16. Lower Colorado River - Paddling

    Austin

    Take a peaceful multi-day trip along the Lower Colorado River.

  17. South Llano River - Paddling

    Austin

    Kayak in seclusion and away from the crowds on the Llano River.

  18. Liberty Station to Harbor Island - Road Running

    San Diego

    This is a 7-mile out and back run beginning in Liberty Station and ending in Harbor Island.

  19. Marian Bear Memorial Park - Trail Running

    San Diego

    This 6-mile round trip in Marian Bear Memorial Park is a fun, easy-to-moderate trail run, and provides a great workout!

  20. Mission Trails Regional Park Grasslands Loop - Trail Running

    San Diego

    The Grasslands Loop in Mission Trails State Park is an easy 1.2 miles for beginner trail runners.

  21. Tecolote Canyon - Trail Running

    San Diego

    Tecolote Canyon is very accessible to the city and provides a convenient place to run for locals and visitors alike.

  22. Cedar Creek Falls/Devil's Punchbowl - Hiking

    San Diego

    The hike to Cedar Creek Falls is a challenging 6-mile roundtrip that is not for the faint of heart.

  23. Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve - Hiking

    San Diego

    An untouched natural gem within San Diego city limits.

  24. Cuyamaca Rancho State Park - Hiking

    San Diego

    This 25,000-acre park offers over 100 miles of really great hiking and biking trails.

  25. William Heise County Park - Canyon Oak Trail - Hiking

    San Diego

    This 929-acre park, full of oak and pine forests and mountain meadows, is the perfect destination for the whole family.