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Hike Historic Griffith Park with Casey Schreiner

Join Casey Schreiner, founder of Modern Hiker and author of “Discovering Griffith Park” — the first in-depth guidebook for the park — on a guided hike from Fern Dell to the summit of Mount Hollywood. Learn why Griffith Park is the greatest city park in the country and meet other experts along the way! 
 
The hike will be about 5 miles from Fern Dell to Mount Hollywood,  and is rated Moderate Difficulty. We will be on the wide fire roads but there are some steep sections of trail. Please note that the guided portion of the hike ends at Charlie Turner Trailhead. From here, you can join additional programming at the Griffith Observatory, take the DASH or Parkline to other parts of the park, or walk down to the Greek Theatre or back toward Trails Cafe and Fern Dell on your own. Be sure to wear hiking shoes or athletic shoes with good traction, and bring water, snacks, sunscreen, and sunglasses or hat.
 

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About Casey Schreiner
 
Casey Schreiner is the founder of the website Modern Hiker, which has been one of the most-read hiking blogs on the West Coast since it launched in 2006. 
 
Schreiner’s first book, Day Hiking Los Angeles was published in 2016. It takes readers onto 125 trails for all abilities throughout Southern California, while also providing insight into the natural and human history of this unique bioregion.
 
His second book, Discovering Griffith Park, was published in 2020 and is a Los Angeles Times bestseller. It is the first-ever in-depth guidebook for one of the largest and most-visited city parks anywhere in the United States. 
 
Schreiner is on the board of the American Hiking Society, Nature For All, and the Los Angeles Breakfast Club. He also works as a television writer and producer and splits his time between Los Angeles and Portland, Oregon.

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