Which part of California should you visit?

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Created by Firefly Books
On May 27, 2019
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You should visit: Northern California

You should visit: Northern California

If you can't get enough of giant redwoods, shimmering lakes, and towering mountains, then you need to explore Northern California's natural wonders. Head north to discover places likes Lava Beds National Monument, Bowling Ball Beach, and Redwood National Park. Discover more of what Northern California has to offer in "150 Nature Hot Spots in California", available in bookstores and online.

You should visit: San Francisco Bay Area and Central Coast

You should visit: San Francisco Bay Area and Central Coast

Ocean views and mountain vistas are just your vacation vibe, making the San Francisco Bay Area and Central Coast the perfect destination. Check out Point Reyes National Seashore north of San Francisco or head south along the Big Sur Coast for a road trip, stopping at the plentiful nature hot spots along the way. Discover more incredible places in "150 Nature Hot Spots in California", available in bookstores and online.

You should visit: Western Sierra Nevada

You should visit: Western Sierra Nevada

You're all about adventure and that includes climbing mountains, hiking around lakes, and discovering incredible wildlife. Don't miss the waterfalls of Yosemite National Park or the towering sequoias in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks. Discover more amazing places in the Western Sierra Nevada in "150 Nature Hot Spots in California", available in bookstores and online.

You should visit: Eastern Sierra Nevada and Death Valley

You should visit: Eastern Sierra Nevada and Death Valley

You love discovering new things and the Eastern Sierra Nevada and Death Valley region promises an abundance of places to explore. From the strange rock formations at Mono Lake to the haunting Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest to the shifting sands of Mesquite Flat, your sense of adventure is sure to be sated. Discover more places in "150 Nature Hot Spots in California", available in bookstores and online.

You should visit: Southern Coast & Mountains

You should visit: Southern Coast & Mountains

If you're after wildlife encounters, amazing coastal views, and great hiking then you need to head south. A visit to Sand to Snow National Monument is a must and a trip to Channel Islands National Park is a worthwhile adventure for the wildlife alone. Discover more places in Southern California in "150 Nature Hot Spots in California", available in bookstores and online.

You should visit: Southern Deserts

You should visit: Southern Deserts

You don't mind a bit of sand in your hair if it means taking in some of California's most incredible wild landscapes. From the legendary vistas of Joshua Tree National Park to the impressive ridges, valleys, and dry waterfalls of Mecca Hills Wilderness, there's so much to discover in the Southern Deserts. Discover more amazing places in "150 Nature Hot Spots in California", available in bookstores and online.

Which part of California should you visit?