Fryman Canyon Trail is a 3.4 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Studio City, CA that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Great little hike. Most of the hike has a nice wide trail that is well maintained (and part of it paved). The end of the hike was through a residential neighborhood. Nice views of the valley, but nothing amazing. Not too crowded, but passed people every couple of minutes. Saw Mountain bikers, dog walkers, and trail runners in addition to people out for a walk. Great place to get some exercise.
It's a beautiful view all around. The hike is pretty moderate and a good balance between elevations and down hills, which make it doable.
Gorgeous trail in the middle of the city that feels secluded. Clean bathrooms, water fountains, and benches up on the tree people side of the loop. By far my favorite hike in LA for catching up with friends and talking while you get a serious butt workout.
it was a nice easy hike! lots of dogs and the trail path is narrow but it was fun.. would go back again.
Pretty mellow but nice
I like how quick this loop feels. If you start at Betty Dearing Park and head west up the hill, you get a steady incline up a fire road for good stretch of the hike. Towards the end there's a nice long "cool down" stretch of paved road with plenty of shade in a really sweet, quiet neighborhood.
Excellent loop trail
it's ok- moderate type of hike. not much of view.
This is a solid city walk. There's a lot of people but it's not as crowded as Runyon.
Great everyday exercise!
Great hike. It was lightly used today so I didn't have to deal with many people while I took a leisurely hike.