WHAT: Roddenberry Adventures Ruynon Canyon Hike
WHERE: Runyon Canyon in Los Angeles, CA
WHEN: Saturday, October 18, 2014, from 9:00am – 11:00am.
Join Rod Roddenberry and the Roddenberry Adventures team for a morning Runyon Canyon hike to explore some of the best hiking trails in Los Angeles, and enjoy breathtaking views of the city and canyon.
We will meet at 2907 Runyon Canyon Rd. to begin our hiking adventure. There are several scenic overlook points in Runyon Canyon that offer amazing views of city. On a clear day you can often see from downtown Los Angeles to Venice Beach and beyond.
This hike will take approximately two-hours. We will begin the hike at 9:00am and should return around 11:00am. Make sure you have a good set of running shoes when visiting Runyon Canyon as the terrain is steep and unpaved in many areas. If you have any questions about this event contact us at email@example.com.
We look forward to seeing you at this Roddenberry Adventures event!
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MEETING LOCATION & PARKING
There is little-to-no parking available at Runyon Canyon so pay attention to the signs posted and park where you are allowed or you may get ticketed.
There is usually plenty of parking nearby on Curson Place a few blocks west of Vista near Wattles Garden Park. You can walk through the Wattles Park walkway to our meeting location. Wattles Garden Park pin point map.
The hike will begin promptly at 10:00am. We will meet at 2907 Runyon Canyon Rd to begin and end our adventure.
ABOUT RUNYON CANYON
Runyon Canyon is a 160-acre park in the heart of everything, and is a stone’s throw away from the historic Hollywood strip and other amazing Los Angeles landmarks.
Runyon Canyon offers some of the best hiking trails in Los Angeles and breathtaking views of the city.
View the Runyon Canyon Park map for more information about hiking trails and other important places throughout Runyon Canyon Park.