LA in a Day: A Guided Bike Tour From West Hollywood to the Beach
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The raw, unvarnished beauty of the Mojave desert and the surrounding town of Joshua Tree are on the docket for this relaxed and well-planned day of adventure. Led by a highly rated guide, the tour begins with a bus ride from Los Angeles and stops first at Joshua Tree National Park, where you'll be served lunch on the large granite boulders of the Hall of Horrors. With numerous climbing, hiking and/or sightseeing opportunities, this excursion offers it all, plus it's a great jumping off point for a discussion of the area's history. Bring money for dinner at one of the quirky restaurants in Joshua Tree, and head back to L.A. feeling refreshed and renewed from this desert-oasis getaway amid the hectic activity of city life. Learn More
Highlights of the tour include: West Hollywood, ride past 30+ celebrity homes, Route 66, Sunset Strip, walking tour of Greystone Mansion, Beverly Hills, Bel Air, Japanese Gardens walking tour, UCLA, Westwood, Veterans Hospital, Brentwood Village, Bundy Dr (yeah, that street), Santa Monica Promenade, Santa Monica Beach/Pier, Venice Beach (stop for lunch) Abbot Kinney, Venice Canals, Muscle Beach, Skateboard Park, Frank Gehry home, Marina Del Rey, Culver Studios, Robertson Boulevard, Ivy, Pacific Design Center, Hollywood Sign, and much more.
Length: This is a 5-6 hour tour, which includes a 30-minute stop for a power lunch, several breaks and a couple of walking tours at stops along the way.
Fitness Level: Moderate with some hills in the beginning. You must be comfortable on a hybrid bike. The provided bikes are top-notch and very comfortable.
Distance: 32 miles round-trip. Lots of breaks, walking tours, etc. Average calorie burn: 2,000.
Includes: An expert tour guide, high-end hybrid road bike, safety helmet, safety vest & a reusable eco-friendly water bottle.
Bring: Comfortable shirt and shorts/pants. Jacket, windbreaker or sweatshirt. Closed-toed shoes.