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Friday, May 15, 2009

the Mulholland core trail--what happened to it?

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What Happened to Los Angeles' 22-Mile Hiking Trail?


excerpted from:
http://laist.com/2009/05/14/what_happened_to_los_angeles_22-mil.php

It was back in 1992 when the Mulholland Scenic Parkway Specific Plan went into effect, setting course for the city of Los Angeles to preserve the historic 1924 drive through a set of land use regulations and improvements. Among those was the Core Trail, some 22 miles in length, roughly from near the Hollywood Bowl to Topanga Canyon Boulevard. Approaching 20 years since it became law, some are wondering why nothing has been done....

more:
http://www.modernhiker.com/2009/05/15/las-unbuilt-22-mile-trail/

http://www.lacity.org/PLN/complan/specplan/spmaps/Detail/mulholland/mulmap9.pdf


http://www.lacity.org/PLN/complan/specplan/sparea/mulholland.htm

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