Walk With Me- Tyler Burgess Guided Walking Tours and Marathon Training


Southern California Coast Walk - Click here to order
A guidebook for walking from Malibu to the Tijuana River, 188 miles

California Coast Walk

(To see inside the book, move your cursor over the images.)

The walk covers miles of the fabulous Pacific Ocean coastline, cozy neighborhoods and the lovely Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve, a coastal state park.

With spectacular sandy beaches, homes of many Hollywood stars, and charming seaside towns, each day's walk is startlingly free from traffic and hordes of people.

  • How to Plan.
  • Where to stay and eat.
  • Budgeting.
  • Itineraries. Tides.
  • Easy to read maps with mileage, lodging, bus stops, and places to eat directly on each map.
  • Clear directions on each map.
  • Public transportation.
  • 29 large scale maps with mileages, directions and places to stay and eat on the maps.
  • Author's charming sketchbook diary of the walk

Table of Contents

  • Planning your walk.
  • How much is on the beach?
  • How difficult is it?
  • What about the tides?
  • Where is it legal to walk on the beach?
  • How fit do I need to be?
  • Getting to and from the walk.
  • Accommodation: hostels, camping, motels, hotels.
  • Luggage transport.
  • Food and drink.
  • Money.
  • Information for foreign visitors.
  • Budgeting, Buses, Taxis.
  • When to go.
  • Weather.
  • Daylight hours.
  • Ferry to Santa Catalina Island.
  • What to take.
  • Footwear.
  • How to carry it.
  • First-aid kit.
  • Maps and Mileage.
  • Accommodation information.
  • Maps, custom made for walkers.

This slim book is a handy carrying size.

Tyler Burgess is a former University of Oregon Adjunct Faculty teaching fitness walking and marathon walking instructor at Lane Community College in Eugene, Oregon.

Press Room

Seattle Times article, Shop NorthWest
Video of Tyler's coaching tips on KVAL news
Seattle Times article, Rediscover the world while walking
VIVA Travel Guide's article on "Quito, Ecuador, Townscape Walks"