La Tuna Canyon Loop Trail

MODERATE 29 reviews
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La Tuna Canyon Loop Trail is a 5.9 mile loop trail located near Sun Valley, CA that offers scenic views and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, trail running, and mountain biking and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

5.9 miles 1269 feet Loop

dogs on leash

hiking

mountain biking

trail running

views

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1 month ago

hiking

It was a great moderate hike with good incline. Great view of Sun Valley/ Tujunga.


2 months ago

hiking

I felt that I was working my butt off


2 months ago

Was difficult but beautiful view


2 months ago

Love this place


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3 months ago

Great day last Friday!!!


3 months ago

really good trail. great calves and glutes workout.


4 months ago

hiking

This was very rough and almost dangerous trail. It had been dry for weeks and the hard-packed bleached dirt was sliding away under us on the down hill sections. I ended up sliding into a gouge made by runoff and tearing up my leg pretty badly. Great views, bring 1-2L of water as there is none around and little shade. I would agree with others that this is a moderate-difficult trail.


5 months ago

Killer hills if you avoid the fire road. I recommend wearing hiking shoes, or at least shoes with good grip, as the hill is super steep and loose.


5 months ago

hiking

We followed the route map, which included some really severe inclines that we would rate as difficult. Of course, you don't have to take those shortcuts, but they make the hike a serious workout if you do. And we would definitely recommend going up the steep hills and down the fire roads.


6 months ago

trail running

Wasn't easy I guess if you stay on the path yes it is but the steep climbs are intense


7 months ago

hiking

Those hills killed me, but it was a great work out.


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1 year ago

Trail was nice and simple the hills are good for training