Hollyridge Trail

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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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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 (113)

3 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!

Rosa Witten (116)

7 Completed1 Reviews

Went to hike this trail yesterday and access to the trail was closed via Beechwood.

Chad McMullen (938)

25 Completed24 Reviews

loved they view of the sign wish I could have gotten closer people were just climbing up the mountain just disreguarding the no tresspassing signs there must be a way there.

Jack Conrad (62)

27 Completed1 Reviews

It's a way better hike if you start over at the Observatory in Griffith Park. You can bag Mt Hollywood (Observatory), Mt Lee (Hollywood Sign) and Mt Cahuenga (above Universal) all in the same hike. There are bathrooms, refreshments and plenty of parking in the area as well. Beachwood and environs is an unnecessary hassle!

Joe Ventura (115)

4 Completed4 Reviews

Nikol Nolan (160)

3 Completed3 Reviews

Pretty good hike for the views. Not too hard but bring lots of water and sunscreen! Great photo spot!

Art Aviles (799)

66 Completed1 Reviews

Hollyridge Trail is a 3.50 mile out and back, but we are adding approximately. I love to add about 2 miles up and back by taking the Cahuanga Peak trail (1820 ft.), which starts by the rock with the Cahuanga plaque, and take it to Wisdom Tree. It is fairly easy going on the ridge to wisdom tree. Get there and write on the book. This is a great place to get some good conditioning for bigger hikes.

Maria G (221)

11 Completed3 Reviews

Fairly easy hike. Too bad you can't get close to the sign itself since it is surrounded by a fence. The view of LA is worth the hike though.

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