Walking in La Mirada


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  • Miller's Landing
    Nestled against the edge of the Kenai Fjords National Park, Miller's Landing retains much of the natural scenery and charm that surrounded the area when the Miller family first built its homestead on the site in the 1950s. The small community has withstood earthquakes, fires, and the Earth's transition from black and white into color to grow into a premiere camping destination where wilderness seekers can pitch tents or rent quaint cottages. The location surrounds its visitors in panoramic views of Resurrection Bay, Mount Alice, and Fox Island, inviting them to hike across its coastal trails. Relaxing and adventurous activities complement Miller's scenic landscapes, with local experts leading boat tours and chartering fishing expeditions. Horseback tours trek across secluded terrain, whereas sea-kayak classes float in the shadow of snow and whipped-cream-capped mountains.
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    13890 Beach Blvd.
    Seward, AK US
  • Queen Mary Park
    On August 16, a crowd of more than 200,000 is expected to gather in Long Beach for Beach Bash 2014, a multifaceted event built around healthy lifestyles, live entertainment, and general fun in the sun. A Guinness World Record-breaking attempt anchors the day's festivities, with more than 3,000 women set to march down Long Beach Boulevard in an attempt to create the largest bikini parade in history, as well as safely intercept any meteors made of sunscreen that might hurtle toward Earth. Aside from the parade, many other activities dot the bash's massive layout, including special performances in dance, acrobatics, and magic and concerts by Led Zeppelin, ABBA, and Beatles tribute bands. Mixed in amongst the tunes and other attractions, educational clinics school groups in such subjects as marriage and how to quit smoking, and more than 100 food vendors dole out some of the area's best eats.
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    1126 Queens Hwy.
    Long Beach, CA US
  • YMCA of Greater Long Beach
    Founded in 1884, the YMCA of Greater Long Beach has been around longer than there's been a city of Long Beach. The community center—one of the oldest and largest of its kind—is equipped to handle more than 30,000 people or 18,000 gorillas annually. Besides its six community branches, 25 after-school sites, and five early childcare programs, the YMCA maintains a 230-acre camp area in the Big Bear area. In town, toddlers can attend childcare programs; kids can take martial arts and basketball lessons; teens can develop their leadership skills; adults can sign up for sports classes of their own; and the whole family can enjoy the pool.
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    4103 N Viking Way
    Long Beach, CA US
  • Hiking Yoga
    Its rapid rise chronicled in in Forbes, Men’s Journal, and a parcel of other press, Hiking Yoga has sent massive waves of invigorated bliss washing up and down the west coast since its 2009 founding. Each of its outdoor excursions melds the cardio workout of hiking with the stretching and measured breaths of yoga. Certified instructors lead pupils through scenic vistas, or, in early-morning sessions, impressionistic dreamscapes, as they alternate between heart-pumping strides and yoga breaks suitable for neophytes and the pretzel-capable alike.
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    2800 E Observatory Ave
    Los Angeles, CA US
  • Southwest Adventures
    We offer exciting, adventure filled tours of the American Southwest. Grand Canyon, Yosemite, Joshua Tree, Bryce and Zion canyons are all places we regularly visit. And if you like food, you'll really enjoy the beautiful scenery with our outdoor culinary creations.
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    5019 Genevieve Avenue
    Los Angeles, CA US
  • LA Active Adventures
    Hargo Singh at LA Active Adventures reveal the history of Hollywood Hills and the city's natural beauty on a moderately strenous hike to capture unique views of the Hollywood sign. During 60-minute expeditions, up to six urban hikers traverse sidewalks and paved paths through Hollywood, marveling at the whimsical architecture and native plants illuminated by the docent's glowing third eye. Walk softly to glimpse wildlife such as coyotes and eucalyptus-munching deer, or join spirited conversation about why the iconic sign was installed. The hike's striking views reveal a panorama of the city, with a cluster of skyscrapers downtown dwarfed by mountains and the long shadow of King Kong. As the excursion is strenuous, walking shoes, sun protection, and light layers are recommended to keep bodies comfortable.
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    1700 North McCadden Place
    Los Angeles, CA US
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