Westridge-canyonback Wilderness Park

4.65 Votes
  • Address: 17500 Mulholland Dr, Los Angeles, CA 90049, USA, United States
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The Westridge-canyonback Wilderness Park is not only a family-friendly tourist location but a hikers’ paradise as well. If you are passionate about hiking and exploring the marvellous natural settings, then you can certainly come here with your tour companions. An open space of 1500 acres is one of the appealing features of this park. Several canyons and valley areas make ideal paths for those who are pretty much into hiking and mountain biking. Apart from these two activities, people also enjoy cycling, horseback riding, and photography here. You can bring your dog with you to this park on leash. This is a fantastic spot that can get you remarkable memories.

How to Reach Westridge-canyonback Wilderness Park

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  • Westridge-canyonback Wilderness Park Address: 17500 Mulholland Dr, Los Angeles, CA 90049, USA, United States
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  • 0.02% of people who visit Los Angeles include Westridge-canyonback Wilderness Park in their plan

  • 95% of people start their Westridge-canyonback Wilderness Park visit around 2 PM

  • People usually take around 1 Hr to see Westridge-canyonback Wilderness Park

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95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Westridge-canyonback Wilderness Park

People normally club together San Vicente Mountain Park and Hollyhock Place while planning their visit to Westridge-canyonback Wilderness Park.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

Westridge-canyonback Wilderness Park Reviews & Ratings

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  • An incredible hike with OUTSTANDING views. I typically go at sunset, since it's pure sun with no respite. Challenging on the way up if you take the hills -- full incline, great workout, with the option to take the fire road back down. A favorite.

  • I don't think anyone would hop on a plane and fly to go to this state park but if you live in the middle of the city this is the real deal. Not the makeup and like for crowd that does the stairs or runyon canyon or Griffith Park other those places are nice This is just a little bit of chaparral intersected by fire roads and some unpleasant power lines here and there but still pretty nifty that it's in the center of 10-12-15 million people. We're lucky to have it. I'm clear days you get spectacular views it's actually kind of nice even when the fog is on the cusp you can see it bullying over the first bridge from the ocean and the valley shining bright and early morning son

  • Another local gem of a trail that allows pets, bikes, and foot traffic. Intermediate paths that allow for breathtaking sights of mountain ridges here in west LA.

  • This place was perfect to bring our dog off leash and get some great views of LA. Not too crowded and the trail is easy to navigate. Parking is available but I would suggest getting there early to get a spot up close.

  • Love this place. Stunning 360* views of the Los Angeles area from a nice little hike up Mandeville Canyon. Even on a cloudy day you'll not be disappointed!

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