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'20/20' Profiles Mulholland Highway as America's Most Deadly

The 21-mile scenic road follows the eastern ridge of the Santa Monica Mountains and the Hollywood Hills.

The Arroyo Trail near the Mulholland Highway in Calabasas. Credit: Shawna Burreson
The Arroyo Trail near the Mulholland Highway in Calabasas. Credit: Shawna Burreson
One of Los Angeles' most well-known and scenic drives is also known as one of the nation's most deadly, according to an ABC 20/20 report on the country's most notorious roads.

"The Snake" along the 21-mile Mulholland Highway leads off the show's segment, highlighting experienced motorcyclists getting into bad accidents. This particular section of Mulholland Highway lies in the Cornell community near the Rock Store.

Click here to watch the 20/20 segment.

Click here to watch a seven-minute YouTube video with narration of a man visiting L.A. observing motorcyclists navigate "The Snake."

Drivers from all over L.A. County use Mulholland Highway and Mulholland Drive either as a means of commuting or enjoying a scenic drive. How often do you drive it?


George Vreeland Hill August 28, 2013 at 03:14 PM
I always said this about Mulholland ... "Don't have a blowout and don't look down."
ARIK KATZENBERG August 30, 2013 at 01:06 AM
This has been a long time coming

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