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Favorite Outdoor Photos

The coolest and most beautiful shots from past “outdoorsy” issues


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As we put the finishing touches on our April Get Outside issue—look for it on newsstands and in mailboxes next week!—I got a little nostalgic for all of the hikes, runs and bike trails we've featured in issues past. Here's a selection of my favorite outdoor activity shots from previous issues. Click through to view the full gallery from each issue—and repeat after me: We are so lucky to live in a place where we can be active and enjoy our great weather year-round!

Hang Gliding off Torrey Pines, May 2010. Shot by James Marciariello

Hang Gliding off Torrey Pines

 

Surfers over Blacks Beach, July 2013. Shot by Rob Hammer

Surfers over Blacks Beach

 

La Jolla Beach Shot, July 2010. Shot by Justin L’Heureux

La Jolla Beach Shot

 

Yoga in Misson Bay, August 2011. Shot by Dean Bradshaw

Yoga in Misson Bay

 

Resting on Pacific Crest Trail, April 2012. Shot by Jay Reilly

Resting on Pacific Crest Trail

 

Cycling through Del Mar, May 2012. Shot by Sam Wells

Cycling through Del Mar

 

Cycling through Elfin Forrest, October 2012. Shot by Rob Hammer

Cycling through Elfin Forrest

 

Yoga at Moonlight Beach in Encinitas, January 2014. Shot by Justin L’Heureux

Yoga at Moonlight Beach in Encinitas

 

Running in Torrey Pines, April 2012. Shot by Jay Reilly

Running in Torrey Pines

 

Surfing at Blacks Beach in La Jolla, June 2012. Shot by Todd Glaser

Surfing at Blacks Beach in La Jolla

 

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