Synopsis: A very easy hike In Griffith Park will lead you the Bronson Caves, famously known for this cave’s role in the 1960’s Batman TV series. A man-made cave that has a large front opening and exits in two split sections. This total .66 mile hike within Bronson Canyon is an out-and-back hike that may leave you wanting more to hike, but maybe not in this LA heat.
Difficulty: Very Easy
Time: 20-30 Minutes
Distance: 0.66 Miles
Shade?: None (except in the cave)
Dog Friendly?: Yes
Parking and Trailhead Access: Parking for this trailhead is plentiful, paste this coordinates (34.124446, -118.31425) in google maps or click here. You’ll find free parking right before the trailhead coordinates.
Very easy and little instruction is needed. From the trailhead, spot the large road heading away from the Hollywood Sign. Follow this road right and hike the large fire road to the cave. Hike this large path for about .33 miles to the cave.
The Hollywood Sign can be seen from deep in the canyon.
Make sure to bring water for these hot days, if you wish to extend the hike there are several steep trails that lead out of the canyon, enjoy!