Walkers, joggers, and cyclists can get a fresh perspective on the famous Hollywood sign—across serene Lake Hollywood Reservoir
and through towering pine trees—now that the western section of the Lake Hollywood Reservoir Walking Trail has reopened. Wiped
out by landslides in 2005, the 3.4-mile loop around the reservoir has been slowly and carefully restored for over seven years
before reopening to the public. Though it’s only 10 minutes from U.S. 101, the trail, curving through oaks, eucalyptus, and
sage trees and visited by deer and hawks, seems a world away from the city’s jangle.
Last Reviewed October 2013