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Perched atop Mount Lee, this global symbol of Hollywood glamour measures 450 feet in length with mammoth white letters, each standing 45 feet high, spelling out the name of the city. There is no access to The Hollywood Sign as it sits on restricted...more
Been here before and got lost on the narrow streets/trails of the hill, but this time I found the perfect place on Mulholland Hwy to park and take pics of the most famous big white letters ever. As a movie buff, this is my Mecca...More
This is a must-see in Los Angeles. You just stop at the view point, take a few photos and then you’re off again, since the sign itself cannot be accessed. There’s enough parking at the view point and driving though the Hollywood hills is quite...More
Finally laying my eyes on the Hollywood sign was a wow we first saw it when we went thru Hollywood Hills on our Hollywood and Celebrity Tours and it was such a beautiful overcast day the Tour guide said it was great great day with...More
After reviewing a number of websites that say you need to drive through random suburbia to get to the IDEAL starting point for the hike, my boyfriend and I did just that; finding our way to the top of the hill, after only getting lost...More
Hollywood sign, it’s iconic and you can spot it from a bunch of places across the city, but for me the recognition came when I hiked up to it. It’s not an easy-straight forward hike, you’re high in elevation with great views, quite a long...More
I went to the Hollywood sign because I heard the food was great. My dad is Rambo, so I have keen tastebuds for the wild food selection on the menu that was created by Wolfgang Schmuck.
I ordered the horse chips appetizer and was blown...More
I know there are a number of spots you can visit to see the Hollywood sign, but our Waze app took us up Canyon Lake Drive. We stopped at several locations to take photos. Would not want to make this windy road trip into the...More
We were so lucky to have a view of the Hollywood sign, the Iconic symbol in LA just from our room window. While our last visit to LA we stayed at Loews Hollywood hotel and we got a room with a view of Hollywood sign....More
We took Canyon Drive to a small parking lot. Trail Marker 6 was there and I am trying to post the picture of the Marker. Near the Bronson Caves, Camp Hollywood and the trail was called the Brush Canyon Trail. I will try to... More
We took Canyon Drive to a small parking lot. Trail Marker 6 was there and I am trying to post the picture of the Marker. Near the Bronson Caves, Camp Hollywood and the trail was called the Brush Canyon Trail. I will try to post it on the main post.
If you go to the observatory you can walk back down to the path to start your hike. Depending on what time of day you can actually park right near that path. If the lot is full you’ll have to park on the street leading to... More
If you go to the observatory you can walk back down to the path to start your hike. Depending on what time of day you can actually park right near that path. If the lot is full you’ll have to park on the street leading to the observatory and walk up.