Hollyridge Trail

MODERATE 223 reviews
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Hollyridge Trail is a 1.2 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near Los Angeles, California that offers scenic views and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, horses, and mountain biking and is best used from October until February. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

1.2 miles 383 feet Out & Back

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Griffith Park: Hollyridge Trail is a 3.50 mile out and back trail located near Los Angeles, California. The trail is rated as moderate and primarily used for hiking & walking.

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8 days ago

A bit intense for little ones, if they're not used to incline. But amazing trail to hike. We didn't make it to the Hollywood sign this time, but will definitely try again soon!

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13 days ago

awesome time with awesome people

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Breathtaking view of the city!

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2 months ago

I highly suggest you visit Branson Canyon first. (Easy) but you'll love it. It is also known as ( Batman Caves)

If you're looking for a long hike then take Hollyridge Trail. Once you're on the top it'll give you different Trail directions.
Front view to the Hollywood sign ( left Trail)
Back view ( right trail)

2 months ago

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2 months ago

I came up Beachwood and parked where the street ends. Google Maps insisted this was the correct direction. Parking can be difficult so check the street signs for permit only.

Proceed going up the hill past the iron rod gate, where the security guard is posted. Once you pass the actual Hollywood Sign where you can take great pictures, you'll see a sign that gives you directions on where more to go. Take the trail to the left that will take you behind the Hollywood sign and that's considered the Hollyridge trail.

Despite what people say this is a moderate Trail, it's not easy. It's total incline practically the entire way up, so be prepared wear great shoes. The trail is also much longer than what the App says.

Once you get to the top you will see the Hollywood sign or be behind it. Once you reach the Top if you veer to the right you can go to Cahuenga Peak.

Ended up hiking about 6 miles. Great picture ops.

2 months ago

Pretty busy but overall fun

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