Earlier this year, Modern Hiker was proud to join several other top-notch local L.A. blogs as part of the Know What App – now I’m proud to announce the Modern Hiker slate of hikes and information is being spun off into its very own app!

The new Modern Hiker app features 27 of my favorite hikes in and around L.A. from Malibu to the Hollywood Sign to Joshua Tree – all at the touch of your iPhone. Each hike features the detailed write-ups and photos I’ve been gathering here on the site for years — and each hike has turn-by-turn directions to the trailhead, too!

We’ve also included additional web links and the phone numbers of nearby ranger stations where applicable. This is a great and quick way to access trail info and figure out where you want to go before you hit the road … and it helps support the Modern Hiker site, too!

So give it a download and let us know what you think. The app goes on sale today for $1.99 on the iTunes Store – with an Android Version on the way, too. The team at Escape Apps and I will make sure all the information is as up-to-date as possible, and I’ll let you know when the next batch of hikes is ready to be added.

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Casey Schreiner

Founder and Editor-in-Chief at Modern Hiker
Since founding Modern Hiker in 2006, Casey's writing has appeared in Backpacker, Adventure Journal, the REI Blog, Active.com and Sierra Trading Post's Social Hub.

He has also been featured on Good Morning America, NPR, and the Associated Press, as well as in documentaries for Columbia Sportswear and the OTIS College of Art and Design.

Casey was one of eight people chosen by the National Parks Foundation to participate in the 2015 Find Your Park Expedition. His first book "Day Hiking Los Angeles," will be published by Mountaineers Books in 2016.

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This post was written by Casey Schreiner on August 28, 2012


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