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Hollywood Hikes

Like many in showbiz, the Hollywood Sign has had a few touch-ups over the years, an enduring beacon beaming amid the good and the bad. And while we think it would look great with a mask, you can still don yours and go outside to see it. Here are three hikes starring beautiful views of the timeless, if not ageless, Hollywood Sign.

Week 07.22.2020
Regions Southern CA

Griffith Park Classic

Hike the Griffith Park Classic Fern Dell to Mount Hollywood

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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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Gateway to Glacier National Park

Kalispell Montana Summer Adventure Plan

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It’s known as the Soul of Montana: Kalispell is one of the West’s ultimate mountain towns—only a 30-minute scenic drive to the west side of Glacier National Park. Make the friendly mountain town your home base to these top adventures.
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Lake Hollywood Loop

Hike Lake Hollywood Loop in LA County

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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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Hollywood Ending

Hike to a Lookout Near the Hollywood Sign

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Is the Hollywood Sign ready for its close-up? See it up close on the 3-mile round-trip hike up Aileen B. Getty Ridge Trail, which crosses the 1,820-foot summit of Cahuenga Peak.
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