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Trek and Treat!

You don’t have to don Justin and Hailey costumes or go full-on Abba this Halloween season to earn a treat. (In fact, we’d prefer you didn’t.) Our suggestion: Burn a few kilocals on these treks, then indulge in a treat at a legendary dessert parlor. Win-win!

Week 10.25.2018
Regions Southern CA

Shore Hike for Shave Ice

Long Beach Waterfront Trek With Snowopolis Treat

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Since the days of the long-gone Pike amusement park, the Long Beach waterfront has buzzed with beauty, boats, and buoyant fun, all of which you can enjoy on a 3.5-mile trek, followed by a surprise treat. Park at The Pike Outlets (validation at stores) or in a metered spot and…
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Tahoe to Yourself

Fall Adventures in North Lake Tahoe

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For a mellow leaf-peeping hike, Sugar Pine Point State Park has you wandering among tall, fragrant pines and along the shoreline of glistening Lake Tahoe. Tackle Mount Rose Summit, a 10-mile out-and-back peak hike with one of the grandest views in all of Lake Tahoe. Take your…
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Do It for a Donut!

A Trek on Colby Trail and a Treat at Donut Man

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Why bust your legs on a 2.25-mile hike on Colby Trail in the San Gabriels? Two words: Donuts. Donuts. Okay, you’ll also get great views and a fine workout, but we guarantee that the treat alone merits the trek. Find the hidden trailhead and small dirt turnout for parking 2.…
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The Narrows of LA

Trek Around Whittier Narrows, Treat at Garcias Fruits

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Whittier Narrows Recreation Area is one of those LA gems where there’s everything to do—pedal a bike, pedal a boat, paddle a kayak, hike, jog, fish, dog-walk, bird-watch, or just plain enjoy 1,492 acres of lovely public space. The “Narrows” appellation refers to a water gap…
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