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One of the things that makes Los Angeles unique is the fact that you can be in bumper-to-bumper traffic one minute and the next you can be surrounded by peaceful nature as you hike to one of the city’s many stunning trails. The magnificent landscape of Los Angeles makes this city a hiker's dream, with its breathtakingly beautiful coastlines, sweeping hills and mountains, and ample wildlife.

Here are some of the best hikes in and around Los Angeles, filled with captivating terrains, waterfalls, and ocean views.

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Malibu is home to some incredible hidden gems.

The Pacific Coast Highway acts as a slim divider between towering hills and the sandy shores of the Pacific Ocean. Malibu’s 21 miles of picturesque coastline are scattered with exclusive and mesmerizing coves, beaches, and prime surf and swim locations.

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With autumn leaves falling and temperatures dropping, it's the perfect season for a hike — and there's no better spot in LA than Runyon Canyon, one of the best trails in the city.

Centrally located in the heart of Hollywood, Runyon Canyon is easily accessible to city dwellers, providing the perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of Los Angeles.

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The weather is finally changing, days are getting warmer, and people are now able to add some outdoor fun to their calendars.

While going to the movies is a cool weekend plan, it doesn’t necessarily come with all the summer vibes. However, a California lake is hosting a stunning cinema that will have you forgetting about your regular film theater for a while.

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There is a Blockbuster-themed pop-up bar now open in Los Angeles, and it will bring back all of the Y2K feels. Only adults are allowed for this immersive experience that will make you feel like you've stepped back into the long-lost video rental store.

Upon entry, you'll receive an old-school "membership card" which actually serves as a drink ticket. From there, you can browse walls lined with your favorite films from the '90s and 2000s.

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