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Outdoor LA F.A.Q.

What is Outdoor LA

Our mission is to be a one stop place for everything you need to enjoy the outdoors around Los Angeles.

What are the benefits of signing up?

There are several benefits to joining {$site} including:

  • You can host events.
  • You will automatically see driving directions from your house on many pages including events, trails and stores.
  • You can opt to be emailed every time a new event is posted in your area.
  • You can RSVP for events.

...and much more!

How do I host an event?

Just fill out the Add Event for and wait for a moderator to approve it.

What can I do to make sure my event is not rejected?

You can do a number of things to improve your chances of having your event approved.

  • You need a verified email address in order to host an event.
  • Put at least your first name and last initial in your profile so people know who the leader is.
  • Avoid posting several events in the same week.
  • Post your event at least 3 weeks in advance to allow people time to plan to attend.
  • Try not to post anything too similar to something someone else has posted on the same day.
  • Make sure your description includes all important information, like where to find you.
  • Try to make your event sound as interesting as possible.
  • Write a long enough description to be informative, but not so much as to be boring.
  • If you are hosting an event with a website put a link to us on your page.

Depending on your event some of these rules may not apply, but the more you are able to follow, the more likely it is to be approved.

Can I host for profit events?

We encourage every one who is running an event which would be of interest to our users to post it. If you are running an outdoor business you may certainly use this site to promote it. However if your promotions are spammy or your business is not something our users are interested in your moderators will simply reject your events.

What do trail difficulty ratings mean?

The trail difficulty ratings were developed by one of our leaders to help you easily determine how fit you should be before attempting a hike. It is not an indication of the condition of the trail or if climbing may be involved.

Trails rated 1-3 are good for most everyone. Ratings of 4-6 are good for people who are regularly active and experienced. 7+ are only for those who are in excellent physical condition.

If it is your first time you should start with a trail rated no higher than a level 3.

The rating itself is determined by dividing the distance in miles by 4 (rounding up) and adding the elevation gain in feet divided by 1000 (rounding up).

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Simply fill out our feedback form.

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