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Betty B Dearing Trail
"People often call this place Fryman Cyn. Park, but it's actually Wilacre. Find Fryman (and it's "Rainforest Trail") via a dirt "driveway" off Iredell Lane."
Fryman Place (at Laurel Canyon)
"Great hiking trail, excellent Runyon alternative if you're trying to avoid the crowds."
Mt. Hollywood Hiking Trail
2800 E Observatory Ave (at Griffith Park Observatory)
"Fantastic hiking, long or short. Stunning 360 degree views of LA and Valley. Perfect exercise. VERY busy on weekends. Weekdays are perfect. Observatory closed on Monday, which makes it a perfect day."
Franklin Canyon Park
2600 Franklin Canyon Dr
"Located in the serene hills off Mulholland between Sherman Oaks and Beverly Hills, this secluded park boasts ponds, wildflowers, old-growth trees, and storybook-cute wildlife."
12601 Mulholland Dr (Coldwater Cyn. & Franklin Cyn.)
"This is a hidden gem in LA, right at the top of Coldwater Canyon and Mulholland. There are some really cool trails and a spot with picnic tables, that you could bring lunch or a coffee and hang out."
Mulholland Scenic Overview
10362-11624 Mulholland Dr
"Be mindful driving this scenic curvy road of the occasional biker, runner or deer. A bit of wild life once bolted across the street in front of me."
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