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Runyon Canyon Park

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Runyon Canyon Park

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GiGi wrote a review Aug 2020
Green Bay, Wisconsin19 contributions2 helpful votes
While the hike, and views were great be careful on parking! LA, and Hollywood tow are in bed together. Parking anywhere at the top will get you towed. Hollywood tow charged almost $300, and the sleezy city of LA will give you a $93 parking ticket. They purposely closed the parking lot! Park at the bottom on the side streets.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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lilianasmith wrote a review Jun 2020
Brazil32 contributions2 helpful votes
A unique place on the planet that will surprise you to disconnect 100% from the rest of the world, connect with nature with incredible views!!!
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Date of experience: September 2019
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caraj00 wrote a review May 2020
Adelaide, Australia45 contributions9 helpful votes
I really enjoyed this hike, I was able to get some good exercise while on holiday, and it also offers fabulous views over the whole city of Los Angeles. I exercise regularly including the gym, so while some of the dirt trail did make me puff, there were plenty of places to stop to catch my breath and keep going. However my hiking companion found it tough going and gave up halfway. The fire path is easy underfoot, and a good option for those who don't like coming down hills on a dirt track. Keep an eye on the ground to watch out for snakes near the top - I almost stepped on a little one!
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Date of experience: March 2020
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BellaFella82 wrote a review Mar 2020
Union City, New Jersey206 contributions98 helpful votes
it can be crowded. but a nice place to socialize and take pictures. Theres different routes to take which is nice.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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David N wrote a review Mar 2020
Hawthorne, California367 contributions25 helpful votes
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Runyon Canyon is convenient to get to and offers great views of the city. It is quite popular, so you will not be alone on this hike. You can start at the top of the canyon off of Mulholland Drive, but I like to start from the bottom at the Vista Gate, because there is a steep hill up to the gate before you even enter the park. I also like to do the Hero's Trail, which is the most difficult and steep of the hikes available in the park. If you enter through the Vista Gate, as you go up the road past the water fountain, take the first left after the interior gate and you will be on the Hero's Trail. You can also just follow the road up and back to stay on pavement the whole time. If you go on a day after it rains, you can see beautiful views of Catalina Island and the Pacific Ocean, as well as of the whole city. It is a beautiful spot and a place to get some great exercise hiking some steep hills. (photos taken on various hikes over the years)
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Date of experience: January 2020
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