“Dirt” Mulholland is the unpaved segment of the storied Mullholland Drive that runs from the 101
west across the Santa Monica Mountains and ends at PCH near Leo Carrillo State Park. Constructed in the 1920s in part to show off real estate in the San Fernando Valley and the Hollywood Hills, the ridgeline road/trail offers great views to the north as well as canyons to the south with ocean views. The trail offers views of the Encino Reservoir and connections to trails in several parks to the south. Don’t miss the Nike Missile Site overlook toward the east end for unsurpassed 360-degree views of Los Angeles, the ocean, and the mountains.
Access from the south end of Reseda Boulevard. From the 101, exit at Reseda Boulevard and
head south 3.5 miles to the parking lot.
- Mountain Biking
- Horseback Riding
- Dogs on Leash
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