People tend to check in during these times:
Valley views, rattlesnakes, dogs, celebs
For cross country runners, save your energy as you go up the first hill as it will be the steepest one.
It's a great place for a morning hike/walk. Gets the engine going for the day!
Get there before 8am for easy parking. Only the first quarter mile or so is steep. Take pictures around the first bend for the best panormas
LOve this park.. great place to sight see and get a work out at the same time!!! never a dull moment coming here...
Great hiking trail, excellent Runyon alternative if you're trying to avoid the crowds.
Bring $3 cash to park, but be nice and hand off your pass to someone pulling in as you're leaving. Be prepared to wait a bit to get parked if your there during the popular hours of the day.
It's In the backyard. Great for a hike, Walk or run with the dogs. Love going there.
If you come here regularly, annual parking passes are available online for $100. Much easier than making sure you have exactly $3 each time or fighting for spots in the neighborhood.
I love the fresh air on a Sunday morning
Lots of deer on this hike. Steep uphill walking in the beginning. Doing the loop takes about an hour.
Blissful shade from the canopy of trees.
Pay it forward and regift your parking pass on the way out!
Go early...it heats up fast here
Parts of the hike are shaded and parts are HOT! Bring sunscreen...or a hat. So much less crowded than Runyon
Doggy friendly and a good uphill workout.
My boy Alex begged to go on a hike halfway through he begged me to head back...an hour later we went to the car!
Park on Laurel Canyon to avoid a $3 parking fee. You can also park up the hill @ Tree People (Mulholland and Coldwater Cyn)
Whether you are on a scenic stroll or a fast paced run, Fryman Canyon and its views welcome you.
Don't be afraid to try the trapeze
Plenty of parking off Laurel Terrace.
More beauty and less traffic then Runyon Canyon Park.
Parking fee has changed more times than I can count... But if you drive a bit up Fryman Road, you'll clearly see where the permit parking ends--and you can park in the residential area.
Parking fee has changed more times than I can count... But if you drive a but on Fryman Road, you'll clearly see where the permit parking ends--and you can park in the residential area.
Keep to the side while on Fryman Rd because the cars do have the rt of way. Be esp careful for your dogs if ong leash :)
Give people on the uphill the right of way and be prepared for poo smell in the summer from horses and dogs
This hike was weak.
If you hear someone running behind you and you're walking, move to the right!
Bring bug spray! The flies are crazy right now!
Search for and say hi to the man with exactly one-half of a fu-man-chu moustache.
you can park on laurel canyon and avoid the 3 dollar parking fee
Today was a good day at the Canyon. You just have to beat the heat to avoid the bugs!
Such a refreshment and peaceful environment. I wish people would pick up after their puppies... it disrupts the running!
This is the place to go for a hike or to challenge yourself on a nice run!
where i hike every friday!
start at the top-it's far less crowded and much more adventurous. go up laurel and take a right on mullholand. go about a mile down and look on the right for a park entrance
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