Put “SloCal” Front and Center for Your Next Adventure

Let’s meet in the middle.

Much has been written, recorded and romanced about NorCal and SoCal—their unique landscapes, signature cities, cultural contributions and sometime passionate rivalry. But why does Central California often get left out in the cold? Saddled somewhere in that north/south divide, “SloCal” is truly deserving of its own distinction.

According to the adventurers covering the region for the Los Angeles Times, “Unlike both Northern and Southern California, SloCal provides access to four of California’s most iconic geographies: coastline, mountain, valley and desert.”

Click here for their suggested road trip through the region, starting on the San Luis Obispo coast and ending at the southern end of the Sierras.

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