Griffith Park Trail

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Griffith Park
Los Angeles, CA 90068
Trail, Scenic Lookout, Park

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  • Great views.
  • Grab your hiking boots and make your way from the Los Angeles Zoo to the Griffith Observatory, made famous by Rebel Without a Cause. Stop at Trails Caf for lunch.
  • It's possible to hike in the middle of LA! Griffith Park has over 56 miles of hiking and horseback riding trails that vary in elevation.
  • Less trafficked than Runyan Canyon. Lots of that typically LA shrubbery.
  • Melhor vista de LA
  • Best hiking area and trails. Lots of fresh air and sun. Great way to get a tan. Totally recommend hiking there, especially if you hike alone, very safe!
  • Turn left at the bridge and take Henry's trail. It ends with a beautiful panorama of Glendale and Downtown.
  • It can be easy to get lost. Take map or GPS.
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  • One of many Griffith Park trails, this 2.5-mile hike located on Fern Dell Dr off Los Feliz features stellar views of both Griffith Observatory and the Hollywood sign.
  • If you go in the summer, BRING WATER! Like, WAY more than you think you'll need. I'm a seasoned hiker/athlete and the heat combined with virtually zero shade were too much for me!
  • Great trail for the pups but didn't see any water dishes along the way. Very sunny so wear sunscreen!
  • If you want to get a great workout while taking in breathtaking views of Downtown LA, this is the spot for you.
  • There's barely any shady spots, so wear sunglasses, sunscreen, and a sun hat!
  • Skip the trails and climb the rocks up. Listen intently for rattlesnakes. They sound like...a rattle.
  • Awesome trail that heads to the Griffith observatory.
  • A beautiful hiking trail, goes in different paths, careful not get lost somewhere in the woods where the trail gets extremely narrow...
  • Don't be a wuss. Climb the entire thing
  • Nice trail with epic views of the canyon and skyline. Watch out for rattle snakes, and horse poo...and rattle snakes that eat horse poo!!
  • Be ready for the hike. It's beautiful