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Check out these selfie-worthy stops along Holiday Road in Calabasas

The path to a light-filled holiday experience is wide open in Calabasas with the return of the Holiday Road walk-thru event at King Gillette Ranch.

The nearly one mile trail is an Instagram-worthy holiday destination with photo ops that include stops at the North Pole, a Christmas tree forest, Gingerbread Lane, a Polar bear hang out spot and an elf village.

Holiday Road, which is now in its third year, started as a drive-thru experience during the pandemic and switched to a walk-thru attraction last year. It’s also turned into quite a celebrity hangout with stars like Billie Eilish, Ariana Grande, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, Jamie Foxx and all of the Kardashian and Jenner families sharing photos of their experiences on social media.

On a recent visit last week, even tough guy and MMA great Chuck Liddell and “Band of Brothers” and “Suits” actor Neal McDonough were spotted strolling through with their kids.

Here are three of the best spots to talk selfies or family photos inside Holiday Road’s picture-worthy winter wonderland.

Natural Christmas trees

There are several traditional Christmas trees on display at Holiday Road and they’re all fun to look at, but the more spectacular displays are hung on the real oak trees along the path. Several of these trees, which stand about 30-50 feet tall with branches spreading out like tangled overgrown reindeer antlers, are completely covered in bold strings of lights. The first tree is at the start of the path and it’s all wrapped in colorful green, yellow, blue and red lights. Just past that selfie stop are a handful of trees blanketed in all white lights with a white, fluffy blanket of faux snow carpeting the floor underneath the bright canopies. It’s like a living postcard; the perfect place to take a portrait for your family holiday card.

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