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2-2.9 mile hikes Map

Love hiking here

trail running
8 days ago

My favorite trail in the DTLA area. Completely empty during the hotter months and at midday, busy during the afternoons and evenings. 4-5 miles of trail if you hit everything or do the main loop twice.

Lots a shady people in most random of spots

Easy and peaceful. Lots of birds and a surprising amount of lovely wildflowers being so late in the year. Easy to get to and short enough in case you don’t have lots of time.

13 days ago

Good walk to get your heart pumping. Saw a lot of squirrels

Well kept

15 days ago

Great hike. Gear for beginners and kids.

16 days ago

hike was awesome and great views.

Very nice after the rain

horseback riding
18 days ago

I really like these trails. For the equestrian its better to go on a week day to avoid the many bikers that use the same trails. We encountered bikers even on the week days but they all seem very polite. Beautiful meadows and tree line most of the trails.

A lot of it is on the streets, but it’s serene and has a great view up top.

I agree with the negative reviews, not a hike. it's an off road vehicle "hike" 90% of the time. Almost entirely in the sun. I wouldn't recommend this hike. it is moderate IMO due to incline. we used the map and honestly wish we would have gone clockwise and turned back to the camp area after meeting up with off-roading areas.

I did the portion of the Nature Center and it is beautiful,you can choose 1 or 3 miles . You may observe birds and just walking around the little lakes is nice.

Came here at least 3 times a week over the summer with my dog. Easy trail but I love it! Once you get to the picnic area, it’s sometimes fun to go down below the bridge and walk through/along the edge of the creek until the end. Makes it slightly harder and gives a different perspective, your shoes will get wet though so come prepared.

trail running
1 month ago

Beautiful trail. It’s super peaceful and not a heavily trafficked trail, at least when I run it.

trail running
1 month ago

It was awesome and I enjoyed the views the most.

A bit charred still from the fires, and the water level is low, but still a pretty hike and nice loop, away from the hustle and bustle...but not too far so it’s easy to access!

Pretty area, rather empty on weekday mornings, and lots of water. Biggest thing to note is that it is CONFUSING with lots of little trails branching off all over. If you track/record on this app though, you can see when you’re getting turned around. Or don’t track it and test your wayfinding skills (if you don’t need to be anywhere anytime soon)!

Nice walk!

The hike was fairly nice and there was nobody on the trail. Parking is difficult to get to if your coming from the north, because of the Uturn on the 133. Those exiting the 73 toll road tend to not stop/yield when turning right. I probably would not come again due to this.

Super steep at the beginning. But much easier as you go. It’s like an art walk as you get to the summit.

nature trips
1 month ago

This trip was intended to be a simple nature family walk but turned out to be more of a photo shooting session for mommy. I absolutely love the branch tunnel and I'm sure if I'm ever back in CA I will go back.

Witnessed a violent roaring rock slide today towards the end of the trail around 10:00 am. Also, the river was dry as a bone and the only puddle of river water they had was kinda dirty

Easy hike for beginners. Loved the bridges that you cross along the way, would have been a perfect setting if there were water in the stream. The road up to the trail is very easy to drive through with almost no incline while driving.

This was a pretty easy hike, the river was completely dry but still was a good walk all the way through. I would like to come back when the river is flowing... I'm sure you'll get some nice views. I took my nephew and he enjoyed it very much and my dog also loved it. Towards the end of the trail there's a nice area to swim but there are signs around that say no swimming allowed, that sucks because it is a very cool spot with a rope swing to jump from. I'm sure people still swim though since there's a lot of trash that people leave behind from hanging out in that area, which is probably part of the reason for it.

First half is easy dirt road shared with off road vehicles. Second half includes a decent climb followed by forest cover. You do have to use the app while hiking this trail. It is unmarked and has some confusing turns.

Great hike, I go every morning during the week since I leave nearby. It’s a great workout and there are many friendly faces around!

This is a moderate trail. you can have option to push a lil harder by trying a stiffer road or just follow a flat road.

1 month ago

Love Oak Glen Preserve. Especially beautiful in the spring. There is plenty of shade. There are some small lakes and lots of trees. There are easy trails to walk and others that are moderate so you can adjust the hike to what you want. The last time we went was the middle of August. There were some beautiful sunflowers in bloom. In the spring there are lots of different flowers. Highly recommend. Great place for the whole family.
Can get pretty hot in the summer so get there early in the day.

Great hiking trail. Cool in late August, for morning walks. Beautiful scenery, majestic mountains and lots of shade. The paths are wide and well maintained. There is steep portion going down and then back up to parking lot of Los Rios Ranch, but there is a bypass before it gets too steep. It's quiet most of the way with birds chirping and the stream running next to the trail. Raspberry abounds and trees overhanging the trail as a canopy are welcome as the sun heats the area. I recommend this as a favorite trail so far on my hiking experiences.

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