hiking
no shade
17 hours ago

hiking
no shade
2 days ago

Great trail, easily marked and super wide, so you can keep social distancing. Although, if you want to see the Hollywood sign from the top, you need to get off this trail and take your left at the top. There are signs to guide you. I went at the end of the day, it totally worth it! Great view of the city!

As a LA native I never really paid much attention to the Hollywood sign and seen this hike as a tourist attraction. However, it was definitely a worthwhile hike! The first mile or so is uphill and can be very tiring for those who are still new to hiking. I took the hiking route that takes you behind the sign, and then went back around to the front. Make sure to bring a lot of water. The path is pretty obvious so you won’t get lost. There were a lot of small flies when my group went and they can be very pesky.

hiking
rocky
4 days ago

Tons of homeless encampments along the river in the bushes. Use the buddy system. Plenty of parking.

Did this hike for my birthday last week. It’s been on my bucket list for a while. It was actually pretty busy. Not much shade and didn’t get as close as I hoped, but cool experience! Glad I did it!

Loved this trail, I took my baby and he did an amazing job! We maybe didn’t make it to the flag but next time, he’ll me more prepared! Amazing trail!

I actually went from brush canyon to Hollywood sign which was an extra two miles. Nice workout

hiking
9 days ago

Back open!

hiking
bugs
no shade
rocky
9 days ago

hiking
private property
11 days ago

Hiked this trail today around 9:30am. Walked up to the trail to the back of the Hollywood sign and then walked to the trail in front of the Hollywood sign. Avoid the trail that leads to the back of the sign because you can barely see the sign. Take the trail to the front of the sign. You will love the view it’s so beautiful. You get the skyline and Hollywood sign view. Plus you can see the houses in the hills and have a little picnic on the dirt with the Hollywood sign behind you. This trail is a good trail to walk, jog, or run. The view is so pretty.

hiking
no shade
15 days ago

May 15/2020 The trail is OPEN! So yes, go. It was hot out and dry. Bring lots of water. If going with a dog, bring a dish and it’s own water. No source on the trail. This is rated as moderate, but it’s easy. We went the extra “mile” (or so) up to the Hollywood sign. Total time at a slow pace was 3 hrs. Just long enough to stop and smell the flowers

It has since reopened due to COVID-19. Please wear a Mask and practice social distancing.

Great way to pass an afternoon! Super easy. Would recommend.

Still closed

hiking
1 month ago

we took a different route this time and it was a asphalt road all uphill 2700 feet we got to and then we decided to come back on a shortcut that was a dirt Fire Road and it was steep I do not recommend coming down it but when we got back the gate to the park was closed we had to walk clear around and come in on the street and it was windy at the top but a beautiful panoramic view also

hiking
flooded
1 month ago

road biking
no shade
1 month ago

An urban bike trail between the L. A. River in a cement bed and the 5 freeway. The river has a surprising amount of wildlife- ducks, herons, sandpipers... some homeless along the way but withdrawn. Very sparse of riders now. Nice ride before sunset. Hot in summer in middle of the day. A pleasant ride- not beautiful but a few moments of beauty along the river. After winter it needs a clean up. Well maintained bike way.

hiking
no shade
2 months ago

coronavirus closures still up..

Classic LA hike

it's closed but doesn't hild people back..

hiking
bridge out
2 months ago

A nice trail which should be easy for anybody in decent health. This popular trail doesn’t seem too crowded because it is more like a fairly wide dirt road and the length keeps users scattered. Plenty of nice vistas along the way

Coronavirus!!

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