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Wednesday Travel Ticker: Mountain High tubing is open

The big tubing park is open at Mountain High Resort in Wrightwood, about 90 minutes from downtown Los Angeles. Tickets for children 36 to 42 inches tall are $15 with a paying adult. Prices for everyone over 42 inches tall are $20 for two hours and $35 for a full-day. Note that children under 36 inches tall are not permitted for safety reasons. For info, click here. . . . .   Rental car reservations are up 11% over last Christmas, reports Enterprise Holdings, which includes Alamo Rent A Car, Enterprise Rent-A-Car and National Car Rental . . . . Sonoma Valley’s Saddles Restaurant hosts the Martini Madness event, where visitors and locals watch master martini makers in action and vote for the best mixed martini. Tickets, $40. Click here for more info . . . . Commercially guided ice climbing debuts  in Shoshone National Forest outside of Cody, Wyo. this winter. The  National Forest Service has issued the first two permits to outfitters to lead ice-climbing trips: Jackson Hole Mountain Guides from Jackson, Wyo. and Southwest Adventure Guides of Durango, Colo. . . . The 10th Annual Los Angeles Kings 5-K Run takes place Jan. 21, a Saturday, near Staples Center.  A portion of the event’s proceeds will go to the American Heart Assn. Pre-registration is available at www.LAKings.com/5k.  The cost is $40 and includes a ticket to a Kings game. . . . . The online site Eventbrite has compiled a “New Year’s Eve Survival Guide” that includes tips on L.A. events and helpful suggestions for planning your own house party . . . . . Travel stat of the day: A projected 43.3 million air travelers will fly on U.S. carriers for both domestic and international routes during the three-week holiday period, according to an airline industry trade organization. That’s a 1% drop from the same period last year, which translates to about 20,000 fewer travelers on average per day.

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