Taylor Reilly

Austin, Los Angeles, San Diego

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  1. Skyline Motorway Verdugo Mountains- Mountain Biking

    Los Angeles

    Enjoy this small suburban adventure that you will not regret!

  2. Pacific Crest Trail- Angeles National Forest

    Los Angeles

    The PCT is a 2,665 mile backpacking and equestrian trail that runs north and south from Mexico to Canada, and the section located in the Angeles National Forest is especially worth visiting!

  3. Elysian Park Wildflower Trail - Trail Running

    Los Angeles

    Enjoy running or strolling through LA's beautiful Elysian Park!

  4. Ernest E. Debs Regional Park Loop Trail - Running

    Los Angeles

    Ernest E. Debs Regional Park is still a secret to most outdoor enthusiasts in Los Angeles, although it's difficult to understand why.

  5. Mt. Wilson via Chantry Flats - Hiking

    Los Angeles

    Hike or run to the top of Mt. Wilson via Chantry Flats from the classic Adam's Pack Station!

  6. Malibu Creek Trail - Hiking

    Los Angeles

    Hike or run through Malibu Creek State Park in the beautiful Santa Monica Mountains.

  7. Mt. Lukens Via Stone Canyon Trail - Hiking

    Los Angeles

    Hike or run to the highest point in Los Angeles!

  8. Franklin Canyon State Park- Reservoir Loop Trail - Hiking

    Los Angeles

    Enjoy hiking or running with the family in Franklin Canyon Park!

  9. Topanga State Park- Los Leones Trail to Parker Mesa - Hiking

    Los Angeles

    This trail winds through lush green vegetation through some of the most beautiful scenery in the Santa Monica Mountains.

  10. Santa Catalina Island- Avalon Bay

    Los Angeles

    Stand Up Paddleboard around the one and only Santa Catalina Island! There's truly nothing like it anywhere else!

  11. Bridge to Nowhere - Hiking

    Los Angeles

    Considered one of Southern California’s best hikes, this 10-mile route follows an old abandoned road and crosses back and forth along the San Gabriel River.

  12. Solstice Canyon Trail - Hiking

    Los Angeles

    This 2.6-mile trail is one of the most family-friendly routes in the area, featuring a wide, relatively flat path with plenty of shade and excellent views of the Santa Monica Mountains.

  13. Runyon Canyon Park Loops - Hiking

    Los Angeles

    One of the most popular, fun, and easy hiking or trail running destinations in LA.

  14. West Fork San Gabriel - Cycling

    Los Angeles

    This is a moderately difficult 7-mile paved trail through the Angeles National Forest.

  15. Arroyo Seco Rose Bowl Loop - Cycling

    Los Angeles

    This 3.3-mile loop was created for bikers, runners, and walkers, and provides a convenient access, beautiful scenery, and a great workout.

  16. Pacific Coast Highway- West Malibu - Cycling

    Los Angeles

    This difficult 22.5 mile bike route runs along the scenic Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu, CA.

  17. San Gabriel River Trail (SGRT) - Cycling

    Los Angeles

    This 38-mile bike trail is a diverse and worthwhile ride for long distance cyclists.

  18. Griffith Park Roads - Cycling

    Los Angeles

    Griffith Park's Roads provides cyclists and road runners with a wide range of route options, from short and easy to long and hard.

  19. Mount Palomar Observatory - Cycling

    Los Angeles

    This big 13-mile climb up Mount Palomar to the Palomar Observatory is designed for cyclists that want a challenging workout.

  20. Marvin Braude Bike Trail - Cycling

    Los Angeles

    The 22-mile Marvin Braud Bike Trail is one of LA’s most popular and iconic places to get in a nice workout.

  21. Ballona Creek - Cycling

    Los Angeles

    This is a great path from inner city Los Angeles neighborhoods to the beach; enjoy the breeze on this classic LA route.

  22. Venice Fishing Pier to the Venice Canals & Back - Running

    Los Angeles

    Enjoy this 2.5-mile run from the Venice Fishing Pier down the Venice Strand along the beach.

  23. Silver Lake Reservoir Path - Road Running

    Los Angeles

    While on this path, you'll get a calming view of the water as you make your way through the hip Silver Lake community in the middle of Los Angeles.

  24. San Vicente Boulevard - Running

    Los Angeles

    This 10-mile roundtrip run follows San Vicente Blvd and gives you the option of running on the flat grass space in the middle of the blvd or on the pavement along the road.

  25. Hollywood Boulevard - Running

    Los Angeles

    Feel like a star on this short and easy 2.2-mile run.