Wanderlust

The landscapes of the West that take our breath away are around every corner.


Staff Tales From the Trail: the Good, the Bad, and the Funny

Last July, in preparation for Camp Sunset, we asked our readers to tell us why they loved—or hated—camping. We received a deluge of entries, over 1,300, to be precise. This spring, in honor of our camping issue, we asked Sunset staff members to tell us their most memorable camping stories. We now present their tales from the trail.

Where To Go This Weekend: San Francisco’s Outer Sunset hood

  The secret is out: The Outer Sunset is San Francisco’s coolest neighborhood.

Top 5 Things to Do in Los Olivos, CA

By any measure, the sleepy Santa Ynez Valley town of Los Olivos is small—less than 3 square miles in size, with just 1,132 residents. But what it lacks in area and population, it makes up for in wine and charm.

World’s First Tiny House Hotel Thrives in Portland

Soaking up unique experiences is an essential part of traveling. In Portland, wander-lusters can do just that at Caravan, the world’s first, tiny house hotel. Small-living enthusiasts, Kol Peterson and Deb Delman, launched the creative community in 2013 in an urban lot within Portland’s Alberta Arts District.