Nobody Hikes in L.A.
Culver City Nature Trail is one of Nobody Hikes in L.A..

1. Culver City Nature Trail

9800 jefferson blvd. (jefferson blvd. and duquesne avenue), Culver City, CA
Hiking Trail · Jefferson · 1 tip

LAistLAist: On the way up, if the weather is clear, you can get nice views of the Santa Monica Mountains, the Hollywood Hills and the ocean. Read more.

Hollywood Sign is one of Nobody Hikes in L.A..

2. Hollywood Sign

9.1
Mount Lee Dr, Los Angeles, CA
Monument · 118 tips and reviews

LAistLAist: Three different ways to hike to the Hollywood Sign Read more.

Rivas Canyon Trail is one of Nobody Hikes in L.A..

3. Rivas Canyon Trail

Los Angeles, CA
Hiking Trail · Pacific Palisades · 1 tip

LAistLAist: "A 2-mile route that connects two of the most popular L.A. hiking destinations: Temescal Gateway Park and Will Rogers State Historic Park." Read more.

Sandstone Peak (actual peak) - Mt. Allen is one of Nobody Hikes in L.A..

4. Sandstone Peak (actual peak) - Mt. Allen

7.8
California
Mountain · 9 tips and reviews

LAistLAist: A 6.5 mile hike to the highest peak in the Santa Monica Mountains that guarantees a stunning view of L.A. Read more.

Falls creek falls - Sunland - Angeles Crest Forest marker 9.15 is one of Nobody Hikes in L.A..

5. Falls creek falls - Sunland - Angeles Crest Forest marker 9.15

Big Tujunga Canyon Rd (Oro Vista and Big Tujunga Canyon Rd), San Fernando Valley, CA
Hiking Trail · North Hills West · 2 tips and reviews
Topanga Canyon Lookout is one of Nobody Hikes in L.A..

6. Topanga Canyon Lookout

8.7
3400 N. Topanga Blvd., Topanga, CA
Scenic Lookout · 9 tips and reviews

LAistLAist: "The trail follows the ridge, with views of Malibu Creek and Calabasas Peak to the left (west) and Topanga Canyon and downtown L.A. to the east." Read more.

Ascot Hills is one of Nobody Hikes in L.A..

7. Ascot Hills

7.9
4367 Multnomah St, Los Angeles, CA
Park · El Sereno · 12 tips and reviews

LAistLAist: "Hills on both sides of the park provide great views, which include downtown L.A., Catalina Island, the San Gabriel Mountains, the Hollywood Hills, and on clear days, San Jacinto and San Gorgonio" Read more.