The 11-mile hike is level and provides hikers with "instant gratification," he says. "You have the bay on the right, the ocean on the left and a view to the rocky point section of the park (at Pierce Point). There's a managed herd of elk within view." There's also the remains of an old dairy ranch still standing, "so you can imagine what it would have been like to live on this remote place on the Pacific Ocean," he says.
7. Hiking in the big city
Think a hike needs to be in nature? Think again, says Caliguri, who loves to "hike" South Street Philadelphia in search of great restaurants and cheese shops.
"I will park at one end, leave a cooler in my car and fill it with cheeses and meat," he says. "With no summer heat, it's a good time to be there."
He also loves to hike in New York City. Think it's not a workout? Walk from Harlem at 125th Street down to Battery Park City in Manhattan and think again. Or walk over the Brooklyn Bridge and enjoy the incredible views of Brooklyn, Manhattan and the East River.
"I will literally go to New York City and walk from one end to the other," he says. "I don't think you have to get into a car to take a hike. A hike is an interesting walk where there are things to see along the way. I grew up in the country, in a rural area. To me, the city is exotic."