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Eaton Canyon Trail

Pasadena, CA


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Eaton Canyon Falls Trail is a 3.4 mile out and back trail located near Pasadena, California that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking & nature trips and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

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Recent Reviews


Main Divide Road

1 Completed 1 Reviews

Update to my review for any first timers. If your following the apps directions through your smart phone it's going to route you to make a left or right turn into nothing/no entrance depending on where your coming from. Don't let this confuse you as there is a road with a sign that says main divide. For me coming from Lake Elsinore I needed to make a right into this road which was about a quarter mile before my Navigation said to make a left to get onto the starting road.

Now drive until you see I think it's called blue jay campground, pass that about another 1.5 miles until you wrap around a mountain and to your far left will see an open white gate leading up into a rocky trail. Now the trail actually begins (4x4 mandatory)


Temecula Meadowview Loop

1 Completed 0 Reviews

Do not drive for this. There's absolutely no scenery. It's just a good spot for people of the neighborhood to do their morning jog.


Fortynine Palms Trail

1 Completed 0 Reviews

It is a great morning hike. Not to crowded . Beautiful at the end. Not much water, maybe by this winter it will be running.


Moro Rock Trail

16 Completed 15 Reviews

We took the tram to base of Moro Rock first thing in the morning. The climb took us about thirty minutes. We took a couple of stops along the way to catch our breath. The trail on this granite mountain is cement steps, about the same size and shape as those in your house. There are over 400 hundred steps.The views from the rest area along the trail and top are outstanding. The clearlier the air day the farther you can see. Seems to me the best time would be in the morning before the heat begins to create the haze that sometimes comes in. If you stay within the confines of the railing, this is a very safe trail, and is a lot of fun with a partner or two. Everyone should attempt this trek while they are in Sequoia National Park. There are tours from time to time to see the stars from the top of Moro Rock, and these must be spectacular, and I.m going on the next one.


Devil's Postpile National Monument

30 Completed 9 Reviews

Beautiful. Interesting rock formations.


Saratoga Gap - Long Ridge Loop

1 Completed 0 Reviews

This was a little more than easy. My daughter and I at 80 had only one area where it was a little narrow. Other than that it was a good hike.


Elfin Forest Trail

5 Completed 3 Reviews


Point Dume

7 Completed 2 Reviews

Amazing !!!!


Old San Pedro Mountain Road / North Peak

5 Completed 2 Reviews

Beautiful hike in Fall. A lot of various trails to take and shade. I would recommend it for intermediate and above.