LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — The hiking trails at Runyon Canyon will reopen Tuesday following a four-month closure that allowed city officials to repair a water pipeline.

The repair work was done on a roughly one-mile stretch of a 6-inch Department of Water and Power water pipeline, said Diana Bulnes, a spokeswoman for the city’s Recreation and Parks Department.

Runyon Canyon is one of the most popular hiking spots in Los Angeles, thanks to its sweeping views of the city and the nearby Hollywood sign. A yoga field at the park remained open during the pipe-repair project.

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