Depending on your attire and mobility, you can experience a few things at Bronson Canyon. If you are
Depending on your attire and mobility, you can experience a few things at Bronson Canyon. If you are with your family and you don't want that strenuous of a walk, the tunnel itself is a quick walk up a wide, easily traversed dirt road. I believe that you could even get a wheelchair to the tunnel with a bit of work (it is up a hill and there are bits of gravel here and there). If you are, however, willing to put in some hard work and are wearing clothes that you don't mind getting dirty, Bronson Canyon has one of the best panoramic views of Los Angeles up the sharp incline surrounding the tunnel. You are able to see the Hollywood Sign, the Griffith Observatory, the ocean, downtown L.A., and surrounding cities. It's also quite peaceful up at the top. It's quite strenuous, so not many people do it. I've been twice now and it has been totally worth it. I will repeat, though, do not do this if you aren't ready for sharp inclines, being next to a cliff face, or sliding back down next to the cliff face when you're done. Although I have done this in shoes that did not have any traction, I do not recommend it. Overall, it's an amazing place that can be experienced in different ways by all kinds of people. Have fun!