Now you can explore the inland trails and coastal waters of Two Harbors with experienced guides who call Catalina’s west end home. These new guided adventures, which include hikes, kayak and paddleboard excursions, and mountain bike tours (coming soon), are great ways to get a little exercise while experiencing the flora, fauna and sea life that make Two Harbors one of the world’s most diverse eco-systems.
Avalon visitors who want to take advantage of these new adventures, or just spend the day relaxing on the beach at Harbor Sands, can catch the Cyclone at the Green Pier and be in Two Harbors in only 40 minutes after a scenic cruise along the Catalina coast. Cyclone tickets are available at the Green Pier or any Catalina Island Company ticket booth.
Adventure guide and fourth generation islander Natalie Foote is excited to show off her Two Harbors home. “We want to give our guests the chance to disconnect from their gadgets for a while and connect with nature in a real, personal way,” she said.
One kayak adventure takes paddlers west along the scenic Catalina coast toward beautiful Emerald Bay. Another excursion heads east to Blue Cavern Point, where paddlers can explore sea caves carved into the rugged coast.
Hikers will have several routes to choose from, including one that follows a section of the world famous Trans-Catalina Trail to a scenic overlook on the ridge half way to Little Harbor. For more information on these new guided adventures in Two Harbors, VisitCatalinaIsland.com or call 310.510.4205.
Natalie’s Nature Gym is a 1-hour session that incorporates functional movements to help you improve your strength, balance and conditioning. Instructor-led yoga is a great way to refresh your mind and body while you find your Two Harbors rhythm in the great outdoors.