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Though it might not readily come to mind, Los Angeles has got its fair share of wilderness to explore. I know what you’re thinking: concrete jungle doesn’t count. But believe me, it’s easier than you might think to escape into California’s rolling ... 

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5 star rating: Highly Recommended
August 2013

Our tour guide was incredible! She was very informative about the history of the area we were hiking and made it fun for everyone (ages ranged from 12-42.) We had a great time and didn't even realize we were exercising! We loved it. Definitely the highlight of our stay in LA!

Doing what: Hollywood Hills Hiking Tour in Los Angeles

5 star rating: Highly Recommended
July 2013

Our hike around Griffith Park and the Observatory was a unique experience and very enjoyable. Our tour guide was punctual and very knowledgeable and enthusiastic. The only downside was that it would have been better to have shoes more suitable for hiking. Otherwise, the hike was suited to our abilities, and the views both before an after sunset were spectacular! We would highly recommend this hike as a unique and fantastic LA experience away from the congestion and traffic.

Doing what: Hollywood Hills Hiking Tour in Los Angeles

5 star rating: Highly Recommended
June 2013

Mike was great despite the overcast weather which was a bit of a disappointment. He made the hike informative and interesting and paced us well. We all plan to book with you again sometime in the future. Your sunset tour sounds particularly enticing. A great experience overall!!

Doing what: Hollywood Hills Hiking Tour in Los Angeles

5 star rating: Highly Recommended
May 2013

Mike from Bikes and Hikes was FANTASTIC. Very informative. Even though it was raining he still made it a great time. Highly recommend them for other tours.

Doing what: Hollywood Hills Hiking Tour in Los Angeles

2 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better
October 2013

I am tossed about the entire experience of the tour. As you know the buss broke and all the travel plans were changed. I am upset, sad, frustrated and confused about what happened the last two days. I saw the bus driver, hwy 86 or 89 not sure, pour water into the back of the bus and foam and water pour all over the street. Why would there be a 5 gallon jug on board if the bus was working properly??? I do not carry water for my car on a regular bases. Why was the toilet not working on a bus with 29 customers on board? Why did I overhear the driver on the 15th state that a spare tire was being flown in today??? I am sure that we were in the grand canyon with out a spare tire. Why were we left on the side of the road for more than 3 hours? If we were 12 miles away from two cities, my family would have been happy to be given the choice to call a cab- at our expense to get off the road way. I am upset that we did not see Bryce canyon or hike it, nor the opportunity to fly over the grand canyon-- two very important reasons for going on the trip. I really wanted to see the beauty and feel the excitement of both adventures. Because I decided to go to the grand canyon, I had to cancel my spa appointment at 10:00 in Los Vegas. I was really looking forward to finally relax, as I am a physical therapist, and appreciate the spa. I also did not have access to the pool nor did I have any time to gamble. The exposure to heat and road way dirt caused stress and exacerbate my moms esophageal spasms. She was not able to participate with my sister and I after the bus broke down. Her condition requires proper breathing environment

Doing what: 7-Day Best of the West Tour by Private Plane: Los Angeles, San Francisco, Yosemite, Las Vegas & Grand Canyon

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