Millard Canyon Falls Trail is a 2.4 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Altadena, California that features a waterfall and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and birding and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail.
Directions from Pasadena, CA: Travel Interstate 210 north, exit Lake Avenue and go north to Loma Alta Drive. Turn west (left) on Loma Alta and drive to the Chaney Trail (flashing yellow light). Follow signs to the campground.
Amazing. Especially after the fresh rain! Lots of river crossings. Our feet got very wet
Love this Hike. It's great for Beginners. You will have to walk over the stream a few times. So wear waterproof shoes. Right. Right now the waterfall is flush with water.
You do need an adventure pass for Parking. Pets are welcome.
Easy hike with the reward of beautiful waterfall at the end of trail! Bring change of clothes and water shoes if planning to get into the waterfall! Enjoy
Great hike to the waterfall and not as crowded as I anticipated. Picnic areas available, as well as overnight camping for those who'd like to stay overnight and explore some more. Trails were easy to locate, navigate, and were well maintained -- in my opinion, one of the best hikes to a waterfall in the Angeles National Forest!
Amazing hike loved it
hiked all the way to the mine then on the way back about 20 min we made a right turn instead of going up ended up on top of a waterfall then came down and enjoyed it took my 8 month puppy he did very well...
Gorgeous falls and scenery. The bathrooms at the little campground were a happy surprise. I'll definitely go back to this one!
Very nice it is a very short trail.. but I loved it
Nice A lot water Nice and green trail.