A Hike in Griffith Park

Griffith Park Observatory

View of Downtown LA from the Griffith Park Observatory

Yesterday, my friend Jared and I went for a hike in Griffith Park. I hadn’t been hiking there in a while, and it was great to get back out there and experience some of the nature LA has to offer.

The paths are mostly wide and sandy, and they wind up and around hills where there are views of downtown, the San Gabriel Valley and the Hollywood sign. There’s also the very nicely remodelled Griffith Park Observatory, where you can wander around checking out exhibits on the sun, planets and stars (and it’s free).

Me and the Hollywood Sign

Me and the Hollywood Sign

I’m not sure quite how far we walked, but I think it was between 3 and 4 miles. There were plenty of other people out walking and running, and there were lots of dogs there, too. There isn’t much shade on the trails, but there are some areas to relax, like the small garden and picnic area at Dante’s Peak, and by the Observatory.

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Jared and Albert Einstein in the Griffith Park Observatory

Jared and Albert Einstein in the Griffith Park Observatory

2 Responses to “A Hike in Griffith Park”

  1. Kelvin Kao says:

    Ah, everybody seems to take goofy pictures with Mr. Einstein. I think I’ll go there again sometime, cuz the last time we went, it was cloudy.

  2. Francine says:

    It’s just too tempting to take goofy photos with him sitting there looking so silly!

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