Coastal Paddling in Los Angeles, CA
About Los Angeles Coastal Paddling
RootsRated explores the best coastal paddling in Los Angeles. From quick runs to all day epics, let our experts help you find the perfect place to paddle. Our destinations are chosen by outdoors experts who live and play in Los Angeles, so you’re sure to find the top adventures and maybe even a few local secrets!
Stand Up Paddleboard around the one and only Santa Catalina Island! There's truly nothing like it anywhere else!
Marina del Rey is one of the most picturesque places in all of Los Angeles and has been considered one of LA County's "most valuable resources".
Enjoy a nice SUPing session amongst tidal pools, beautiful seaside cliffs, and sea caves around Abalone Cove!
Redondo Beach Marina and Harbor is a perfect place to rent a kayak or Stand Up Paddleboard for the day!
This trek through the John Muir Wilderness, though little known and even less publicized, embodies everything that makes the Sierra Nevada such a special mountain range.
The Mineral King area of Sequoia National Park offers everything which make the Sierras such a special mountain range, with one notable exception—no crowds. Here's how to take a solo 38-mile backpacking trip through its secluded, mountainous glory.
Unlike the ever-popular John Muir Trail and Pacific Crest Trail, almost nobody knows of the existence of the Silver Moccasin Trail—a 53 mile foot path that traverses Angeles National Forest through large sections of the gorgeous San Gabriel Wilderness.
Home to 3.4 million acres and 91% designated wilderness, Death Valley National Park is an isolated land of sparkling salt flats, winding canyons, shifting sand dunes, and incredible backpacking opportunities.
Home to the highest point in the contiguous United States, the lowest point in the Western Hemisphere, and the oldest living tree in the world, Inyo County is a land of extremes (and extreme adventure).
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