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Devil Gulch Falls on the Bridge To Nowhere Hike

The Bridge To Nowhere is LA’s most famed hiking treasure in the San Gabriel Mountains. Hiking to the bridge is a lengthy, but rewarding journey of 10 miles (5 miles to the bridge and back) through some of the most amazing scenery and riveting canyons of the Angeles National Forest. Along the East Fork River, which accompanies your […]


Runyon Canyon Reopened, Park Improvements

Today, August 2nd, Los Angeles’ most popular trail reopened after a four month closure to fix a 100-year-old water pipe. Along the way the city has also made some improvements to the park, mainly water and road repairs. According to @abc7, the construction team came under budget by 1 million dollars and were ahead of […]


Hike Franklin Canyon Park

Synopsis: Deep in the mountain high tops of Beverly Hills sits Franklin Canyon Park, which contains comfortable shaded trails and great reservoir views. A very easy and kid friendly hike which may include duck and turtle watching at one of the reservoir shores. A 1.4 mile loop can be made from the trails of the park to […]


Hike Dixie Canyon Park

Synopsis: When I heard of a hike located in the heart of Sherman Oaks, I was skeptical. A hike in a highly urban environment? Seems unlikely. But little Dixie Canyon is a small canyon near Fryman Canyon which offers a bit of an escape from the feeling of congested LA. This very short hike offers […]


Fish Canyon Falls Closed Due to Fires

Please Rate/Share this story on the bottom of this page, if you find it useful. UPDATE 7/18/2016: Fish Canyon Falls hike reopened! The damage to the trail is not deemed extensive. Confirmed after speaking with a Angeles Forest representative via phone conversation. UPDATE 7/6/2016: Fish Canyon still closed, confirmed after speaking to forest official. They are […]


Explore Vasquez Rocks Natural Area

Synopsis: Vasquez Rocks is probably one of the most impressive geological formations in the LA county. The main attraction are these huge slate-like monolithic structures that shoot out of the ground southward at a 45 degree angle, which can seen from anywhere in the park. Due to the uniqueness of this site, many historic films have been […]


Save The Millard Canyon Bear

After reading this article, If you care for the bear’s life, take a minute and sign the petition here. UPDATE: The petition has reached over 600 signatures! On Friday, June 24th a man was injured in his tent by a wild black bear in the Millard Canyon Campground. The man required about a dozen stitches […]


Hike San Antonio Falls and Mt. Baldy

Mt. Baldy, the highest peak in the LA County soars at 10,064 ft. San Antonio Falls is a three tiered waterfall fed by year-round runoff that is just .5 miles away from the start of the Baldy Hike. This is an appropriate summer hike, cool mountain winds are felt from the trailhead all the way to […]


LAHIKES Event to Lake Vista Viewpoint

This is a post containing all the info you need in order to join the LAHIKES event. The event is free. We will be Sunset hiking one of the most underrated trails in Malibu to the sun setting over Malibu Lake (sunset not pictured above). Glowsticks will be provided for the way down during the night hike. There will also be […]


The Malibu Creek Rock Pools

Synopsis: The Malibu Creek Rock Pools are created by a runoff and collection of water heading downstream from the Century Dam areas. The water nestled at the grotto pools is beforehand filtered through the many layers of rock grottos and mini-waterfalls, making it generally safe stagnant water to swim in. During the spring the water from early-year […]