The Overall Park
Other Subsections: North; NorthEast; SouthEast
Griffith Park, with its close proximity to Hollywood and Burbank, is the busiest on-location filming spot in LA. In 2011, 346 production days were recorded there! When hiking the trails, keep an eye out for movie crews. Everything from TV shows, movies, music videos, commercials and even a video game have scenes from within the park.
CAHUENGA PEAK TRAIL - Length: 1 miles; Elevation Change:
An easy trail in Aberdeen Canyon starting from Commonwealth Canyon Rd and Aberdeen Trail. A steep loose section climbs out of the canyon to Hogback Trail.
Trailhead: Trail starts from near the top of Mt. Lee Road on one end and the top of Wonder View Drive on the other end.
BRUSH CANYON TRAIL - Length: 1 miles; Elevation Change: 460 ft
A fire road trail that connects Brush Canyon Drive with Mulholland Trail.
Trailhead: The trailhead is on Brush Canyon Drive, with access also from Mulholland Trail.
HOLLYRIDGE TRAIL - Length: 0.5 miles; Elevation Change:
A fire road trail connecting Hollyridge Drive with Mulholland Trail.
Trailhead: Hollyridge Drive.
HOLLYWOOD RESERVOIR PATH - Length: 2 miles; Elevation
This a paved path aroung three quarters of the Hollywood Reservoir. A complete loop of the reservoir can be made using local streets.
Trailhead: The trail starts on Lake Hollywood Drive on the north side. There is also a trailhead on Weidlike Drive on the south side.
MT LEE ROAD - Length: 0.75 miles; Elevation Change:
A paved road going up to Mt Lee overlooking the Hollywood sign. There is no access to the Hollywood sign. The road provides access to Mulholland Trail and Cahuenga Peak Trail.
Trailhead: This starts from the intersection of Mulholland Highway and Deronda Drive in Hollywood.
MULHOLLAND TRAIL - Length: 1.25 miles; Elevation Change:
A dirt road trail connecting Mount Lee Drive to Mount Hollywood Trail.
Trailhead: The trail is accessible from Mt. Lee Drive, Hollyridge Trail, Brush Canyon Trail, Mt. Hollywood Drive, and Mt. Hollywood Trail
POWER LINE ROAD - Length: 1 miles; Elevation Change:
An easy dirt road with great views overlooking North Hollywood, Universal City, and Warner Brother Studios.
Trailhead: The end of Wonder View Drive off of Lake Hollywood Drive.