Hollyridge Trail

#1 of 17 trails in Griffith Park

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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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Nicole S. (103)

Hiked this trail on a Saturday morning. Make sure to get there early for a parking spot and to avoid having to hike with groups of people. We started about 7:40 am and that was just about perfect, we finished just as the sun really started to come out and get warm. We took the path down in front on the sign. Other hikers informed us that the one that goes behind is a bit more 'adventurous' as far as having to walk through shrubbery. Loved that we could include our dog on the hike as well!

Natalie Rae Medlock (108)

3 Completed1 Reviews

It was a really nice easy to moderate trail. It was fun to see the Hollywood sign so close.

Fielding E (119)

3 Completed3 Reviews

Amazing view from above the Hollywood Sign.

Bethany fedor (185)

16 Completed8 Reviews

Lovely at night!

Nick Petten (185)

1 Completed1 Reviews

A good, easy hike up to the Hollywood sign. Can be busy on the weekends and there is a fair bit of horse poop on the trail.

Lois Calhoun (237)

2 Completed1 Reviews

Being fairly new to the area, I wanted to hike up to the Hollywood sign. We started at Griffith Park early in the day and found a parking space fairly quickly. Nice easy trail, outstanding views and not very crowded for a Sunday. Rounded out the day by having dinner in Old Hollywood and visiting the sites there.

Shant Kojababian (174)

8 Completed2 Reviews

Davina L (36)

1 Completed1 Reviews

It was closed when we went and the guy working there said it's been closed for 5 months! ):

Trevor Kent (110)

3 Completed1 Reviews

Brandon Coon (115)

4 Completed2 Reviews

It was an awesome trail but I was totally bummed with the fact that we were wayyyy beneath the sign. You could barely even get it in a picture. I did hear, however, that there was a different route on the trail that took you directly behind it. Might be worth another try!

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