Los Angeles Hikes

After years of crippling drought, Escondido Falls, a 200-foot Malibu waterfall is flowing again due to the influx of rainy weather. Throughout the drought years of it was almost impossible to find a full flowing waterfall near Los Angeles. Escondido Falls was one of those hikes where you see photos of as a beautiful cascade of […]

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Elmsmere Canyon Falls, a seasonal So-cal waterfall can only be found after plentiful rains. If you end up looking for these falls as late as March, you may find a trickle over the rock wall. It won’t be as impressive as the photos below, so I urge you to check these out soon after this […]

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Let me first get this stated, this is not an easy hike but watching the YouTube video and reading this page will get you prepared. The parking is on a dirt road and the trailhead is across the street, not easy to miss, look for the metal post. Overall, this hike is very fun in any season, but […]

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A well used trail in Pasadena will bring you to a rushing 40-foot waterfall in the heart of Eaton Canyon. A wide stretch of canyon that allows for the huge traffic of flocking tourists looking to find the waterfall. The constant flowing Eaton Canyon Creek requires a few if not many creek crossings depending on […]

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Wildwood Regional Park in Thousand Oaks holds many natural gems of the LA County. Paradise falls is the most famous spot in these mountainous areas, because of it’s beautiful cascading 40-foot waterfall. The trails to the waterfall are very well-maintained and there were rarely bits of trash or plastic bottles to distract you along your […]

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