Mulholland Scenic Corridor
Mulholland Scenic Corridor
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This famous scenic drive, used in many movies and television shows, runs more than 50 miles, through the Santa Monica Mountains.
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hazellehaz
Humble, TX409 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2016 • Couples
This area is a quick ride to see a wonderful view of Los Angeles as well as the Hollywood sign. We went when it started raining but it was still worth the trip.
Written 20 February 2016
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Krishna316
Bengaluru, India221 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2014 • Friends
After having been a big fan of the movie 'Mulholland Drive', this just had to happen when we were in LA. And the drive was so amazing. Our friends, residents of Irvine County had never been up there, and they couldn't believe the view either. Amazing views of the entire Los Angeles valley spread out before us. I wish we could see the same views in the night, but I don't know if it is even allowed to go there in the night. Do not miss this if you are in LA.
Written 23 December 2014
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Rob D
Clermont, FL154 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2014 • Couples
We drove the entire length of Mulholland Drive and had the opportunity to see many multi-million dollar homes and some beautiful landscapes. The view of LA from up there is spectacular!
Written 2 July 2014
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Carolin A
La Crosse, WI103 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2014
The drive to and from was a bit scary for a small town girl, but the sights made up for it. LA skyline is phenom! Its a very quiet spot to just take in the sights with that special person. Seen lots of couples. Very romantic. Hazy skies on day of visit, but with good optical zoom, youre set.
Written 26 February 2014
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Cavydad
Camarillo, CA2,148 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2013 • Couples
Classic lLos Angeles date night - it's part of coming of age to watch the submarine races from one end of Mulholland Drive and the planes land one the other. The view is terrific at all hours of the day and the wildlife, be it deer, bobcats, or an occasional bear, are often seen along the road. It can take an entire day to drive Mulholland Drive as it is bisected by dirt roads that are impassable to motor vehicles. Most of Mulholland Drive is with the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation area.
Written 3 December 2013
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TejasMehta
Los Angeles, CA59 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2013 • Couples
We have done both the Eastern and Western portions of this scenic drive. The eastern one is more scenic and has more overlooks over the famous landmarks of the city. About 8 mile stretch between East and West is dirt road which is also cut off with a gate and not a through road!
Written 19 August 2013
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Gitanjali S
Kolkata (Calcutta), India125 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2012 • Friends
My New Year turned out too good to be true.I was aiming to visit the largest temple in Malibu and the search took me through all the corridors and twists and turns of the canyons for over 2 hours.Everything together...the Pacific coast with blue water,blue sky,the green and brown mountains, the winding roads made it feel like heaven to me.
Written 3 January 2012
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Asuman Güntay-An Gezgini
Istanbul, Türkiye1,764 contributions
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Jan 2024 • Couples

Fifty-five miles long Mulholland View, a nature corridor consisting of magnificent trails that make you feel that not losing the horizon and respecting the rights of natural life are the most valuable wealth. Mulholland Parkway and Corridor is one of the most famous streets in the country. Built in 1924, the twenty-four-mile Mulholland Trail in the City of Los Angeles was designed by famed Water Bureau Chief and City Engineer William D. Mulholland as a scenic route that would transport city residents to the mountains and beaches. The winding route begins west of the 101 Freeway in Hollywood and offers panoramic city, mountain and ocean views. About eight miles of the Scenic Parkway, which runs from the 405 freeway west to Woodland Hills, are unpaved and in danger of being closed. The Mulholland Highway begins in the City of Calabasas and runs for thirty miles, winding through the Santa Monica Mountains to Leo Carrillo State Beach. MRCA maintains seven scenic overlooks along the Mulholland Scenic Parkway.
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Written 6 March 2024
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