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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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East Fork Trail (Bridge to Nowhere)
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3 Completed 2 Reviews

This trail was a true nature hike! It was hot, it was windy, and it was just right! I really enjoyed the fact that the trail had so much variety! jumping across the stream a few times, climbing on big boulders, bridges, stairs, rock stairs, grass trail, rock trails, and if you go the wrong way, you may end up climbing along side a wall, haha! I went beyond the Bridge to Nowhere and kept along the stream for a good mile, until I had no idea where to go, so I turned back, lol. The trail took me 4hrs to complete and it was very beautiful! I thank God for the beauty!!

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Garcia Trail to Azusa Peak
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

CLOSED indefinately.

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East Fork Trail (Bridge to Nowhere)
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2 Completed 1 Reviews

Very Enjoyable Fall hike. Trailhead parking very busy on the weekends. Get there early. Moderate to easy hike.

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East Fork Trail (Bridge to Nowhere)
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15 Completed 2 Reviews

I LOVE this place! I've done this hike 3 times. On the 2nd time, I decided to bungee jump :D it was awesome! I thought I was going to die for a sec but ooooh I loved the adrenaline! If you do this hike during the summer, start at the crack of dawn, take LOTS of water, snacks, a hat, and a positive attitude. The trail is a bit difficult to follow but if you just stay east of the river and follow it, you'll eventually get there.

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East Fork Trail (Bridge to Nowhere)
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10 Completed 10 Reviews

Found this to be a bit uneventful. The bridge was not a big or amazing as I imagined. Not much elevation climbing either. Fun parts were balancing on logs to cross the streams. Ended up running on the way back to get some extra calorie burn.

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Heaton Flat to Iron Mountain Trail
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55 Completed 28 Reviews

Very difficult hike, over 6,000 feet of elevation change. Best if hiked on a cool day as much of the hike is spent following a ridgeline. There is no water on this trail. Some hikers left water bottles along the side of the trail for use on the return.

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East Fork Trail (Bridge to Nowhere)
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3 Completed 3 Reviews

This trail was super fun! As we went out the terrain was mixed with a lot of trees and shade to break up the more uncovered hot portions. There were pools along the way and my group stopped to take a breather and a dip about a mile and a half before actually reaching the bridge.

The bridge itself was a little crowded but we pressed on and found an unregistered campsite about 3/4's of a mile past the bridge where we set up camp and stayed the night.

in the morning we jumping in a little pool with a tiny waterfall right near our camp and cooked breakfast while enjoying the morning air. The hike out was quick and fairly painless even though we were tired from the day before.

Bring a water filter as there would have been no way for us to carry enough water to make it the whole way with out that.

I would highly recommend this hike as a comfortable challenge for a one day overnighter.

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Crystal Lake to Mt. Islip Trail
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70 Completed 4 Reviews

A beautiful secluded hike starting off from Crystal lake. There are 3 options to Get to Mount Islip and Crystal lake to Windy Gap is a must for all Southern California hikers. This is great elevation training and the views from Windy Gap and the Peak are some of the best. Video of my adventure is posted below.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=ecfnpRmrhwc

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East Fork Trail (Bridge to Nowhere)
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12 Completed 2 Reviews

Great trail with lots to see. I was able to do this with my 1y/o and 3y/o. The bridge is kind of disappointing because of the bungee jumping. otherwise great trail. Bring lots of water and plan on walking through water. We were able to see six big horn sheep under swan rock

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Garcia Trail to Azusa Peak
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18 Completed 2 Reviews

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