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Only went here as our teenage son wanted to see the FaZe house where professional gamers live. It is right next to the reservoir. Glad he made us make the trip.
This is a hidden gem. We were the only ones there mid week but...More
We wanted a pleasant level walk with good views of the Hollywood sign. It was a hot day so we decided against the 3.5 mile hike up the hills to the actual location of the Hollywood sign. The 3.5 mile walk around the reservoir was...More
This oasis is one of the best kept secrets in town, and you'd never guess it was in the heart of Hollywood. The towering pines and freshwater breeze off of the water make you feel like you've been transplanted to upstate New York, or maybe...More
This is a little known hike in LA which follows the rim of the Hollywood reservoir. It is an area maintained by the power and water service of LA and it is open during daylight hours for a 3 1/2 mile hike. It is mostly...More
We really like this walk. In the fall & winter it's pleasant any time of day, in hot weather you'd best avoid the high sun times. Great exercise, pleasant environment, you can push a baby stroller here, it's never crowded, the reservoir is behind a...More
We visited as a part of our Hollywood tour to view the sign. The unexpected benefit was a wonderful overlook of this oasis. While I had seen the sign from many different areas, there was no way I would have ever know about this location....More
This is a great place to workout, hike, walk, bike. Neighbors get together in the mornings and workout then walk around the reservoir which is just over 3 miles. Lots of wildlife and views of the Hollywood sign as well as the city from this...More
For getting to the Hollywood Reservoir just take 101, then exit Cahuenga and follow the signs, map and GPS. you'll get pretty close then hike the way up to the reservoir. Quite pastoral and very LA. Take water because you'll need it. Great views of...More