A resource for nature lovers, environmental stewards, explorers, sustainable lifestyle advocates & community activists. Enjoy this compilation of stories from our travels across the globe told through blogs, pictures & video.
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This will be our 4th winter living at 5,000+ feet elevation and with a glamping operation on Mount Laguna at over 6,000ft elevation.
Last week brought us a tremendous amount of snowfall (18+ inches) right on time for the Thanksgiving weekend. Holiday weekends coupled with this amount of snowfall have had a tendency to be a recipe for disaster on the mountain.
We're so grateful for a wonderful year of operations in 2019 at the Laguna Campground. We have some important developments to share with you at this time.
Fall is a very popular time around here with so many activities to choose from. Lightning Trout have been biting at Lake Cuyamaca and Julian is celebrating many fun fall festivities.
We're currently booked every weekend until end of November. We have one space left on the weekend of November 15th.
We had our first snow fall of winter this week with about 2 inches of snow on Mount Laguna. More snow is on its way next week right in time for the Thanksgiving holidays.
What a wondrous spectacle this early in the winter.
Forecasters called conditions this week as "summer, fall and winter” convergence. Temperatures along the coast were in the mid 90's early this week, right before snow made fall on Wednesday morning.
The 2019 Mount Laguna Trail Fest was an amazing three days of biking, nature therapy and family bonding. This annual gathering is San Diego’s premier trail and mountain biking event. We’ve been sponsors of this event since it first started last year and we’re HUGE supporters of the San Diego Mountain Biking Association (SDMBA)