Wildwood Canyon Trail is a 2.6 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Burbank, 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
The park has a series of trails that branch off a main trail. The views overlook Burbank and LA and are gorgeous. The trails are moderate to difficult, at least they are for me because they are steep in some areas.
All incline...go early because the sun is killer...the first time I went it took me 1hr and 30 min to reach the top...take plenty of water
It's uphill all the way going in. Loved it.
hike up is worth it!
Great alternative to the crowds at Runyon. There's parking on Harvard just outside the main gate, as well as a few spaces on Wildwood Cyn Drive. There are also multiple trail heads along Wildwood Cyn Drive, so be sure to coordinate with your crew accordingly. Trail itself is pretty steep. Going up is gonna build your leg & cardio strength; going down is going to test your knees - but *totally* worth it! At the top is the "Wisdom Tree" with great views of Burbank, "The Valley", Los Angeles, and on clear days: Catalina!
Nice trail, good workout with plenty of uphill/elevation change, trail well marked but is very open with no shade areas
Great hike today!!
Great trail. Love the closeness to my home!
It's mostly all uphill. About 6 miles round trip. Such an amazing view! Totally worth it.
View was beautiful
very good leg, glutes and calves workout!!!
hiking tomorrow morning