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  • 1

    Hollywood Sign

    100 reviews

    Thanks Gogobot, I couldn't have visited this place without you. Great view of Hollywood sight. Totally enjoyed it .

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  • 2

    Runyon Canyon Park

    63 reviews

    There are two reasons I love Runyon Canyon: the hiking and the free yoga. As for the former, there are three trails of differing difficulty you can take, so it's a perfect destination for whatever your needs. And as for the yoga, it's held at 10:30am, 2pm, and 6pm weekdays and 10:30am and 6pm weekends, and it's donations only.

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  • 3

    Griffith Observatory Hike

    4 reviews

    So it was Independence Day and I didn't have the munchkin and nothing planned. I found out my hiking buddy Neil had nothing happening either. So I was like lets go for a hike and he was down. We talked about potential places and decided on this hike as some of our friends didn't want to do this hike also. ...

    Popular withOutdoorBudgetBackpackers
  • 4

    Ernest E Debs Regional Park

    2 reviews

    Beware the loch errr lake errr pond monster... OMG its a baby Nessie! I know it since I got a photo of it. It was about 4-6 inches long and had a huge hump on its back and its head was sticking out of the water an inch ahead... ohhh wait... it was a turtle... or was it O_o However ...

    Popular withOutdoorGreenFamilies
  • 5

    Angels Knoll

    1 review

    Very soothing, peaceful, green oasis in the middle of the concrete modernism of downtown Los Angeles. Also the location of the bench from the movie "500 Days of Summer".

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  • 6

    Mount Lee

    1 review

    At Mount Lee you'll have a perfect view from LA and get really close to Hollywood Sign too. It's a great place to hike from Mt Lee Dr.

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  • 7

    Adventure 16

    1 review
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  • 8

    murphy ranch trail - rustic canyon

    1 review

    The trail to the rustic canyon is hidden. We passed it a few times before we found the entrance through breaks of the fence that will lead you to the stairs. If you see a huge abandoned gate then you went too far. There are two long stairs that will either take you to the abandoned graffiti'd house or the ...

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    giantHello HQ

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