In our quest to hike Mount Whitney we hiked some local trails in Griffith Park to keep building up our endurance. We took advantage of the park being close to our house and designed the hike as a point-to-point using a car at each end of the trail. We started to the west of the Hollywood sign and hiked east to Burbank Peak overlooking both Hollywood and Burbank.
We continued east to Cahuenga Peak then to Mount Lee, where the Hollywood sign is.
We then headed further east to Mount Hollywood, the highest point in Griffith Park, looking down on the observatory. It was interesting to see the famous landmarks from different vantage points.
Then we hiked down to the observatory and checked out some of the exhibits inside.
We finished by hiking down to the bottom of the park near Los Feliz Blvd. The entire hike was 7 miles and 1,000 feet of elevation gain, not too strenuous but a decent work out since we had extra weight in our packs.
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