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Griffith Park is one of the largest urban parks in all of North America, and the second-largest city park in California. The area is famous for its Hollywood sign and Griffith Observatory, and for its spectacular views of downtown Los Angeles. There are many hiking trails in the area for all types of hikers.

hiking
1 day ago

on Hogback Loop Trail

hiking
1 day ago

Great exercise/workout.

Was a decent hike until I had to scale down a very steep part at the end. Start to finish took just over an hour.

hiking
2 days ago

hiking
2 days ago

Just sorry I didn't take pictures

hiking
4 days ago

It was a nice walk around the lake, great for a different side of Hollywood! However, the 10 foot fence between the path and the lake is a bit of a drawback. I'd recommend this most for a bike ride with kids--shirt, flat, and paved.

hiking
4 days ago

Super easy walk. Mostly paved. Great place for kids to ride a bike or skateboard since it is flat and wide. Nice place to bring visitors who want to see the Hollywood signs without having to do one of the harder trails.

hiking
9 days ago

Very easy hike that takes you to the cave where the 1960s batman cave is located.

PARKING: it gets really packed and filled quickly. I arrived around 10am and it was dash to wait on someone leaving.

TRAIL HEAD: kinda easy to miss cause there aren't signs or markings unless you have GPS. but as you continue walking down canyon drive, the first wide path you see to the right will lead you up to the caves. the hike itself is really short but there are less visible hikes once you've reach the caves - but as the description up there mentions, its really steep with very loose gravel so mind your step and take your time if you're planning to prolong the adventure to a higher elevation.

Has anyone else seen the new Batman Ninja trailer? THAT WAS AMAZING!

hiking
9 days ago