The Hollyridge trail is now CLOSED. For other hiking alternatives, check out our hiking to the Sign page.
Extended DASH bus service starts in the park. To find out more, click here.
The Los Feliz Ledger reported on the Griffith Traffic Plan in an article titled ‘Griffith Traffic Plan Progresses Amid Objections.’ Click here for the article.
The LAPD and Hollywood Sign Trust announce a new plan to tighten security at the Sign. Click here for the article.
Griffith Park celebrated its 120 year anniversary this December with an evening full of activities including a Sierra Club night hike.
Beginning later this year, parking in the Observatory lot, as well as long East and West Observatory roads, and Western Canyon/Fern Dell road will be marked up to $4 an hour, according to the Los Feliz Ledger. No stress though, as you’ll still be able to find free parking in other spots throughout Griffith Park, and will be able to ride a free shuttle from those parking lots up to…
The Griffith Observatory shuttle phase II is underway. The shuttle will provide access to Hollywood Sign viewpoints and hiking trails to people who choose not to drive inside Griffith Park. Follow all the news on the ongoing shuttle here.
The California Mountain Lion is being threatened by encroaching human development and lack of safe freeway crossways. Read this Los Angeles Daily News article for more information on how we can save the mountain lion from extinction.
The Hollywood Sign sits within Griffith Park and access to the hiking trails around the Sign are only available during Griffith Park hours. The park is open from sunrise to sunset so as the days get shorter, the park will be closing earlier. Plan accordingly!
Fire risk is HIGH in the Hollywood Hills. Firefighters have been hard at work trying to contain a forest fire near our famous Sign. Please be careful while hiking in the dry hillside and do not bring any open flames (cigarettes, campfires, fireworks) into the park.