Getty View Trail

Brentwood, California 90049

Getty View Trail

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"If you’ve spent any time in LA, chances are you’ve been stuck in traffic on the 405 going over the Sepulveda Pass. Adjacent to this mass exodus of road rage–infused commuters lie a few miles of underappreciated, underrated, and often overlooked singletrack. The lack of traffic here may owe to the facts that Getty View Trail was only recently constructed and Casiano Fire Road isn’t connected by dirt to the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area. This sliver of mountain bike terrain is totally surrounded by urban development. Nevertheless, it offers the most centrally located fat-tire action in all of LA."

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Best Easy Day Hikes: West Los Angeles (Falcon Guides)
Bryn Fox Pitterle
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"This conveniently located trail climbs a steep slope up to a ridge overlooking the lush Hoag Canyon. From the top of the ridge you can turn left or right for views of the famous Getty Museum, the Pacific Ocean, and the canyon." Read more

Getty View Trail Reviews

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The Getty View trail is one of my favorite trails in LA. Sandwiched between UCLA, the 405 and Bel-Air, it's extremely close to the city, yet boast magnificent views over the 405, the Getty Museum, Westwood and on clear days even all the way up to Downtown LA. The original climb might be steep, but well worth the terrific views. Like the Getty Museum "next door", I ended up going here several times already. :)

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Trail Information

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Trail Type
Technical Difficulty
Easy to Moderate
Physical Difficulty
Skill Level
1 hour
800 feet
Trailhead Elevation
1,300 feet
Top Elevation
USGS Beverly Hills
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Dec 2018