wild flowers


dog friendly


nature trips

dogs on leash



mountain biking

kid friendly


trail running

horseback riding


off road driving


The Angeles National Forest offers natural environments, spectacular scenery, developed campgrounds and picnic areas, swimming, fishing, skiing and the solitude of quiet wilderness areas. Trails winding throughout the forest accommodate hikers, equestrians, mountain bikers and off-highway vehicle enthusiasts.

If you're a 5' 6 1/2" 280 lb man it's a little harder than easy but it was awesome none the less.

I summited Mt Baldy via this trail and it's quite the workout to put it lightly. The view on the way up to the summit is great - takes your mind away from how tired your body is feeling. >_

6 days ago

Great hike with awesome views. The mine at the end of the trail is a great destination.

6 days ago

Hard. Because we chose to clime shortcut, all ways full of tiny sands and rocks, huge rocks made trail easy to fall along. We had to use both hands to hold and support. I fell twice while we went downhills. It was sunny with a little shade. Please cover your face and neck with UV protection in case of sunburn.

Very easy if just going to the falls, nice views.

6 days ago

such beautiful views! it's a steady incline which helps with the hike!

Beautiful section of the PCT. Trail is in excellent condition. The "use" trail up to summit is very steep in places but easy to follow. Hiked out the ridge to the second bump. After that the trail is narrow,steep and rocky. Was hiking solo and didn't feel comfortable about it. Overall one of the best short hikes in the ANF.

nice, relatively flat and easy trail, not a whole lot of shade. Two parking lots, one at the trail head, and an overflow like a block away. 3 bucks to park for 4 hours (took me 2 hours to complete trail with a couple short stops)

7 days ago

off road driving
7 days ago

Is really fun!!!!
I will definitely keep coming to this trail