Adventure-Seeker's Guide To Los Angeles

Adventure-Seeker's Guide To Los Angeles

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Los Angeles is brimming with opportunities for exploration, excitement and exploits. Here are the best adventures guaranteed to get your adrenaline pumping.

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    They've got a pair of ride seats at the start of the line so you can test for fatness. Better than waiting 50 minutes just to find out you can't fit. -- Miss Kristin via Foursquare
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    Neat tourist spot. There is a better less populated and closer spot up the road and around a corner if you want to do a 5 minute walk through a neighborhood -- Trevor Kent via Foursquare
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    From the home of the skateboard, it’s fitting that the Venice Beach Skatepark makes an impression. It boasts two bowls, a snake run, street section and endless thrills and spills. -- The Ritz-Carlton via Foursquare
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    So many great trails up here.. Get there early. The vista ave (entrance) trail is the HARDEST!! -- Al bayan via Foursquare
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    Parking can be a little complicated and it looks like you are driving into a dead end, but the hike is a great workout and a fabulous view of the sign and city on a clear day! Recommend to everyone! -- laurie hickey via Foursquare
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    Best hiking trail in la. It's a great work out with steep hills it burns so good. Watch that photo enforced stop sign or you will get a $100 ticket and see yourself on video :) great views amazing!! -- Melissa McGuire via Foursquare
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    start at the top-it's far less crowded and much more adventurous. go up laurel and take a right on mullholand. go about a mile down and look on the right for a park entrance -- Eric Gould via Foursquare
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    Better drop than Splash Mountain, and wetter if you're in the front at the sides. -- Grant Simmons via Foursquare
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    Grab your hiking boots and make your way from the Los Angeles Zoo to the Griffith Observatory, made famous by “Rebel Without a Cause.” Stop at Trails Café for lunch. -- Travel + Leisure via Foursquare
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    A mixture of muddy CGI and a moving car that shuttles from screen to screen with no discernible narrative. Practical effects fill us with awe; computer projections take the magic out of the illusion. -- Andy White via Foursquare
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    Carl Laemmle's original tour included a chance for guests to buy fresh produce since Universal City was still in part a working farm. The narrated tram (formerly "Glamortram") launched in 1964. -- HISTORY via Foursquare
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    The middle row in the back has small closed captioning screens. This can be useful for those who need them but a little distracting for those that don't. -- Nate Huckabone via Foursquare
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