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Chuck Graham

Our Blue & Green Outdoor Adventure Guide 2015

Annual Celebration of Kayaking, Backpacking, and More in the Santa Barbara Wild


So do you kayak the coast? Or bike the frontcountry? Maybe you bravely explore the backcountry wilderness? Dive the Channel Islands? Hang-glide off Gibraltar? Or do you settle on brisk sea swims and relaxing sunset beach walks?

Card-carrying Santa Barbarans are all but required to participate in one such outdoor hobby, which is why, for nearly two decades now, we’ve offered this annual Blue & Green issue to add a little fuel to your adventure fire. So take a second to enjoy these tales of earth and water before hitting the dirt or ocean or sky again.

Complete Blue & Green Guide and more outdoor coverage here.

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