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February 26, 2017

My Weekend in Santa Cruz...

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Let’s face it, not all weekends are created equal. Work demands, house projects, weather conditions, obligatory events - they all have a way of foiling those dreamy weekend plans. But there’s always someone, somewhere, doing awesome things and we took the pleasure of finding a few folks who nailed their weekend in Santa Cruz County. So take a peek and get inspired so you can say, “this is my weekend in Santa Cruz!”

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February 23, 2017

Pair Your Favorite Path With a Pint

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There’s no shortage of great hiking and quality craft beer in Santa Cruz. So why not combine them? Below, we’ve paired some of our favorite trails with a nearby spot to enjoy a post-hike pint of local brew!

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February 21, 2017

Winter Cha-Cha-Changes at Seacliff State Beach

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Winter storms have done quite a number on the county this year. Mudslides, road closures, fallen trees, rising rivers, and an ever changing coastline are just a few of nature's power moves we've witnessed in the last few months. Seacliff State Beach alone has seen a lot of changes, and although the famed SS Palo Alto has taken a beating, there's also been some glorious winter beach views as a result of all this weather. See some recent Seacliff favorites and be sure to share your Santa Cruz winter views with us by tagging @VisitSantaCruz on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook

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February 10, 2017

Retro Retail: A Guide to Santa Cruz Antique Shops

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If you think antique shopping means picking out cozies for grandma’s tea kettle, you should take a closer look. Today’s antique shops are frequented by contemporary interior designers, Etsy fans, and hip young folks looking for that perfect vintage score. Whether you’re redoing a living space or simply looking for that perfect cozy day activity, these four stops will deliver the retro goods.

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February 08, 2017

11 Santa Cruz Wineries That Need to Be on Your Radar

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Did you know that the Santa Cruz area is home to one of the oldest wine growing regions in California? The Santa Cruz Mountain appellation—lauded for its high elevation, ocean influence, and varied microclimates—enjoys more than 200 vineyards, 75 wineries, and, maybe most importantly, zero hassle. Here, it’s the scenery that will take your breath away, not the crowds or tasting fees. Santa Cruz wineries are small, intimate and family-run, and, oftentimes, your glass will be filled by the winemaker or owner themselves. From urban tasting rooms to spectacular country settings, the following wineries should be on your radar and on your next Santa Cruz County itinerary.

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