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The Los Angeles River, 52 miles of engineered concrete,
flows from its origin in Canoga Park, through the Glendale
Narrows, beneath the historic bridges of downtown LA and
onward to Long Beach, where it empties into the Pacific. It
passes through multi-ethnic communities, through a landscape
that ranges from suburban to commercial, from residential to
industrial. Yet for all its length and prominence, the
L.A. River, like the Southland it traverses, is largely
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The complete guide for visiting and enjoying the LA River.
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Like our beaches and mountains, the Los Angeles River can be
a safe and wonderful place to enjoy a variety of
recreational opportunities. It’s 52 miles long, at times
unpatrolled and, despite its concrete coating, always wild.
It’s an unpredictable place where Mother Nature and urban
crime can sometimes conspire to cause accidents and
scares. So when you visit the River, be smart and be
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A nice bunch of blog posts this week about the LA River,
ranging from thoughts about the river's watershed, to
government and gardens. For instance:
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Thanks Kate for being an awesome summer intern. So glad
Deputy Mayor Romel Pascual was able to recognize you for
your great service to the City of LA and the river.
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