TAKE TO THE HILLS
Did you know, Burbank is surrounded by beautiful hills and famous hiking and walking trails? Here’s a list of our favorites located in the city or close by:
- Stough Canyon Trail: A 6.7 mile loop that leads to Verdugo Peak starting from the Stough Canyon Nature Center.
- Wildwood Canyon Trail: A 2.3 mile trail primarily used for hiking, walking,
and running, and is rated as moderate.
- Hollywood Sign: To get to the Hollywood Sign, use the the Mt. Hollywood
Trail, which has two starting points in Griffith Park, which is right nextdoor to Burbank.
- Burbank Peak: A summit-like perch at the end of a ridge extending west
from Cahuenga Peak, which is the highest point in Griffith Park. At the top
of the Peak is the Wisdom Tree, a perfect spot for a photo op.
- Runyon Canyon Trail: A 2.7 mile loop trail located near West Hollywood
that offers the chance to see wildlife and is rated as moderate.
Help keep Burbank trails open by following these safety guidelines from the County of Los Angeles while hiking:
- PRACTICE SOCIAL DISTANCING – Provide space of at least 6 feet at all times during your visit.
- FACE COVERING REQUIRED – Cloth face coverings are required for trail users over 2 years old at trailheads, parking lots, and destination points along trails.
- DO NOT GATHER IN GROUPS – Head outdoors with members of your household only.
COMMUNICATE WITH OTHERS AS YOU PASS – Alert trail users of your presence and step aside to let others pass.
- PACK OUT YOUR TRASH – Use leave-no-trace principles to protect other trail