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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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4 Completed 2 Reviews

It a good hike doesn't go up too much in elevation as I thought it would, it's pretty steady for the most part, not much wildlife mostly lizards and squirrels. As long as you stay path to the river you won't get lost. The trail is pretty sunny and it does get hot through out the afternoon bring enough water, I'd go back to this trail. You'll spend about an hour and half in the sun total hike.(I started at 8am) more in the sun through out the day. Bring a hat and sunglasses. River is very refreshing after the hike. You WILL cross through the river a couple of times bring water resistant spray or some good shoes to get wet. I'd recommend extra socks.

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

The trail was not too difficult and I brought my small dog. The trail zig zags a little from one side of the river to the other side. The river was flowing, there were areas with shade from the sun, and this kept the temperature lower summer weather. I would not go back only because the trail is riddled with elm trees and I am allergic to them. They affected me greatly even after I took allergy medicine. However, its a nice hike otherwise and I would definitely recommend it to other hikers with fewer allergies.

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

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East Fork Trail (Bridge to Nowhere)
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19 Completed 19 Reviews

Varied terrain making for an interesting, sometimes challenging hike. A few places you have to ford the river/stream. At the end, hikers have the option to bungee jump off the bridge if the company who does it isn't already booked up for the day.

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

It was a great hike! Love the various terrain and diversity.

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CLOSED: Garcia Trail to Azusa Peak
by Hannah Thurston

10 Completed 10 Reviews

There is a back way to still get to the cross. You have to take a fire road and it's about an 8 mile hike but still awesome to see the cross without everyone on the trail like it used to have. Kinda glad Garcia is closed... Too many people.

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Crystal Lake to Mt. Islip Trail
by Hannah Thurston

10 Completed 10 Reviews

This is a moderate hike. Only passed one person on the whole trail. So beautiful and no trash! No shade and saw a snake and deer. Would do it again. When you try to find the trail, take the road to the lake and follow it to the first parking lot. Park there and the trail is south/west of the parking lot.

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East Fork Trail (Bridge to Nowhere)
by Hannah Thurston

10 Completed 10 Reviews

I love this hike. We passed 2 snakes on the trail so watch out. Hiking up and down through the water is fun but adds about 2 hrs onto the total time out there.

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East Fork Trail (Bridge to Nowhere)
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6 Completed 4 Reviews

This was a great trail. Not easy. It hit 94 today and when I got back I was done! Amazing fun crossing and wading in the San Gabriel river. Saw mountain sheep up high.

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East Fork Trail (Bridge to Nowhere)
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16 Completed 8 Reviews

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