Car camping is one of the most liberating ways to travel on a budget as long as you know your surroundings and are savvy about specific safety protocols. Car camping allows you to manage your budget by avoiding often-expensive accommodations for a night’s rest. Here are some of my tips for feeling safer sleeping on the road.
CAMPING AND HIKING
Backpacking season is almost here! So as we start to dream about frolicking through the colorful wildflowers, setting up camp next to a refreshing lake, and enjoying the feeling of just being outside – it’s also an excellent time to start looking for those seasonal deals! I’ve been getting tons of backpacking questions from people …
When it comes to your car camping setup, I promise that the more organized you are, the more comfortable you’ll be.
Although living life on the road may be the most freeing thing you’ll ever do, the pain points of car camping are going to hit you quickly if you are not prepared.
In this blog I am going to be sharing with you how I store my clothes, where I put my food, how I access my sleeping area, what I use to keep peepers out, and more.
With hundreds of hiking trails to choose from, in and around Los Angeles, you won’t have a hard time finding a trail with all of the best things; excitement, endurance, and of course, views. I asked the LA Ladies – Hiking, Fitness & Wellness group to recommend their favorite hikes in Los Angeles, ranging from the Los Angeles Classics, to Fun Trails to Hike with Friends, Booty Burners, and of course SoCal’s 6 Pack of Peaks taking you to the highest six peaks in Southern California, challenging the most adventurous hikers build their endurance in preparation to summit California’s highest peak Mount Whitney.