South Bay Area Outdoor Hiking and Recreation

Best Hermosa Beach & South Bay Area Hiking
and Outdoor Recreation Areas

Hermosa Beach is known for beautiful beaches and great boardwalks however, several outdoor hiking and recreation areas are located nearby that
provide the outdoor enthusiast an opportunity to enjoythe outdoor with
variety of activities including hiking, rock climbing and camping.

Cleveland National Forest

The Cleveland National Forest
The Cleveland National Forest

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The Cleveland National Forest
provides over 460,000 acres with a wide variety of terrains. Numerous animals
are available to hikers to see along the way including, pigeons, California
mountain quail, dove,  ducks, geese, turkey, cottontail rabbits, gray fox, badger,
and coyote. This area is beautful and provides miles and miles of great hiking
trails with all types of trail conditions.

San Bernardino National Forest

San Bernardino National Forest
San Bernardino National Forest

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San Bernardino National Forest is comprised of over 675,000 acres of land. It
is home to a diverse range hiking trails and conditions and also home to many camping areas. This National Forest is a real treausure in California and less than 2 hours
from South Bay and Hermosa Beach.

Hollenbeck Canyon

Hollenbeck Canyon consists of over 3,200 acres of wildlife area.
Hollenbeck Canyon consists of over 3,200 acres of wildlife area.

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Hollenbeck Canyon consists of over 3,200 acres of wildlife area. A combination of
freshwater marshes, coastal sage scrub, woodlands, forests and grasslands
provides the environmental diversity that allows you to hunt for a multitude of
animals. Go for short power walks and quick hiking trip get-aways!

Angeles National Forest

Angeles National Forest is one of the largest preserves in California with over 650,000 acres of land.
Angeles National Forest is one of the largest preserves in California with over 650,000 acres of land.

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Angeles National Forest is one of the largest preserves in California with over 650,000 acres of land. Elevations across the vast lands range from 1,200 to 10,064 feet. Much of the land is densely covered in forestry, providing the perfect backdrop to bring in
your hiking gear and supplies for as many days as you wish to stay.

San Felipe Valley Wildlife Area

The San Felipe Valley Wildlife Area offers a natural hunting environment
The San Felipe Valley Wildlife Area offers a natural hiking and back packing environment

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The San Felipe Valley Wildlife Area offers a natural backpacking and hiking environment that is unencumbered by many of the current technologies and amenities that are found in many hunting areas today. This provides a wild terrain for your Hermosa Beach, California area hiking adventures.

Lodging
Hermosa Beach and the surrounding area offer a few different options for
lodging. Options include luxurious resorts, small hotels and lodges.

Beach House
The Beach House in Hermosa Beach
offers a luxurious stay after your long day outdoors. Ocean views, ample
balconies, fireplaces and wet bars are available in the majority of rooms and
suites. It also offers the perfect combination of activities to add on to your
hunting adventure trip, including deep sea fishing, whale watching, kayaking
and surfing.

Redondo Pier Inn
The Redondo Pier Inn is a mere 7 miles from
the LAX airport, making it a conveniently located option after a long flight.
In addition to your hunting trip, at Redondo Pier Inn you can enjoy whale
watching, surfing, and a trip to the harbor.

Crowne Plaza Redondo Beach & Marina
Only 1.3 miles from Hermosa Beach, the Crowne
Plaza Redondo Beach & Marina
offers a relaxing stay after a long hunt.
Pamper yourself or the women in your party with the European day spa and salon.
Walk out on the beach for a romantic evening. The hotel offers several water
activities, including boat rentals so you can also enjoy a fishing trip during
your stay.

Runyon Canyon Park
If you want to stay in an area that offers a backyard into hunting terrain,
consider staying at the Runyon Canyon Park.
Here you can opt to stay in a rustic hunting lodge appropriate for your return
after a successful hunt. A more resort-like option is also available for those
who wish to leave the rugged terrain behind in exchange for all of the modern
amenities.

Hermosa Beach and South Bay area hunting, hiking and outdoor recreation tips,
locations and close by places to back pack, backpacking trials near South Bay
Los Angeles

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