Sepulveda Pass: Getty View Trail Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"Here’s how to see the Getty Center without reservations or crowds: Take a hike on the Getty View Trail. While you won’t see any art en route, you will get an inspiring view of the world’s most expensive art facility from a ridgetop above Sepulveda Pass. You’ll also get a bird’s-eye views of two of the world’s priciest neighborhoods, Bel-Air and Brentwood. The view has changed immeasurably since the 1840s when Francisco Sepúlveda, rode through this gap in the Santa Monica Mountains and over his 30,000-acre Rancho San Vicente y Santa Monica. Today, the San Diego Freeway extends through the pass, which connects the Los Angeles Basin and the city’s westside with the southern San Fernando Valley."