Last week, the new edition of Lonely Planet’s guide for Los Angeles, San Diego and Southern California hit store shelves … with a little something new – a recommendation for Modern Hiker!
Indeed, this humble SoCal hiking blog is now listed as an official recommended resource for SoCal travelers. This is a great honor for me as I personally tend to use Lonely Planet guides whenever I’m checking someplace new out (they’ve got especially good food recommendations), and I’m thrilled to have made the cut for publication.
I tried to find it at a Barnes and Noble recently, but they seemed to be out of it, but you should be able to find it at bookstores, Amazon, or directly through Lonely Planet.
And if you do see it in a store, flip open to page 47 and take a snapshot for me, will ya?
Tags: book, guide to los angeles san diego and southern california, Hiking, lonely planet, Los Angeles, Modern Hiker, San Diego, southern california
Since founding Modern Hiker in 2006, Casey's writing has appeared in Backpacker, the REI Blog, Adventure Journal, and Sierra Trading Post's Social Hub. He was in Columbia Sportswear's inaugural #OmniTen program and was featured prominently in their documentary "I Am #OmniTen."
His stories for Modern Hiker have brought regional and national attention, and have been featured on Good Morning America, NPR, and the Associated Press.
Casey is also an award-winning television writer-producer, and was Series Producer of pivot's TakePart Live and Head Writer of G4's Attack of the Show.
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March 31, 2011