Hikers standing behind the Hollywood Sign letters overlooking Los Angeles

Three Hikes, One Sign

With the Oscars this Sunday how about a hike to the ultimate showbiz sign. Here are three different hikes with unique perspectives of the Hollywood Sign.

Week: 03.23.2022
Regions: Southern CA

Hike of Fame

Hike to the Hollywood Sign via Brush Canyon Trail

Hollywood Sign from behind on a hiking trail in Los Angeles
View of the Hollywood sign from behind on a hiking trail in Los Angeles
Two hikers on a trail in Los Angeles overlooking the city in Griffith Park
Hikers behind the Hollywood Sign overlooking Los Angeles on a hiking trail in Griffith Park
The 6-mile out-and-back Brush Canyon Trail to the summit of Mount Lee is a blockbuster with glamorous city views, and the closest and most unique perspective of the famous Hollywood Sign.  
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Lake Hollywood Loop

Hike Lake Hollywood Loop in LA County

Lake Hollywood Loop Hike in LA Count
Make your next walk of fame in Tinsel Town a serene reservoir hike. This 3.5-mile loop around Lake Hollywood has some of the best views of the Hollywood Sign.
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Griffith Park Classic

Hike the Griffith Park Classic Fern Dell to Mount Hollywood

Hike the Griffith Park Classic Fern Dell to Mount Hollywood
The Fern Dell to Mount Hollywood hike in Griffith Park is a 5-mile instant classic lollipop loop with landmark locales and hidden havens, including the famous observatory, hidden gardens, and an amazing view of the Hollywood Sign.
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