Hit the trail on these iconic and under-the-radar hikes through unforgettable desert, mountain, and coastal terrain
Hear that? Absolute silence. At the Armstrong Redwoods State National Reserve, an 805-acre grove of old-growth sequoias just north of town, it’s everywhere. Savor the solitude as you crane your neck trying to find the tops of trees 300 feet tall—and 1,400 years old.