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    S&L Adventures reviewed Bridge to Nowhere via East Fork Trail

    3 months ago

    Loved this hike! The trail itself was moderate it’s the distance that was a bit challenging with the heat. I went thought 3L of water. I had no problem following the trail using alltrails. The is no cell service but I find if I call up the map before the hike it tracks me with GPS very well, easy to see if I’m no track or not.

    I took water shoes but there were so many crossing on the way back we just gave up and crossed with our boots. If that’s what you choose to do I would take an extra pair of socks to change into for the trip down.

    S&L Adventures reviewed San Antonio Falls Trail

    3 months ago

    Short and mostly paved fire road the trail at the end to get to the falls is a bit scary and it’s just all cliffrock, one person at a time.

    S&L Adventures reviewed Hermit Falls Trail

    3 months ago

    Fun hike, but so much graffiti and trash! Parking is difficult, suggestion use Uber.

    S&L Adventures reviewed Spruce Grove Campground Trail

    3 months ago

    Never disappointed with any of the trails in this area. Parking is a nightmare get there warily, or Uber, pack station has WiFi.

    S&L Adventures reviewed Upper and Lower Winter Creek Trail Loop

    3 months ago

    Chantry Flats our favorite go to any trail here is a good trail. Draw back parking sucks! Get there early, or maybe Uber to and from from the REI on Santa Anita, pack station has WiFi.

    S&L Adventures reviewed San Gabriel Peak Trail

    3 months ago

    I would call this easy I would call it a high moderate. Not a lot of shade, good cool weather hike take lots of water. We added some extra miles with a detour to Mt. Disappointment.

    S&L Adventures reviewed ​Cahuenga Peak via Burbank Peak Trail

    3 months ago

    Love this hike to the Wisdom Tree, we make this our annual New Years Day hike!

    S&L Adventures reviewed Mount Lowe Road to Inspiration Point

    3 months ago

    Really enjoyed this hike not often we hike fire road trails, it was a nice change to walk side by side.

    S&L Adventures reviewed Weeping Rock Trail

    3 months ago

    Easy simple hike for young kids.

    S&L Adventures reviewed The Narrows (Top-Down)

    3 months ago

    A most do, top pick for any bucket list!!!! Do it with the family and would do it again.

    S&L Adventures reviewed Crystal Forest Trail

    3 months ago

    Beautiful landscape, enjoyed that it was driving and well as some hiking sightseeing.

    S&L Adventures reviewed Mount Hollywood Trail

    3 months ago

    Some great view of the entire Griffith Park, weekends are a little crowded for my taste.

    S&L Adventures completed Mount Hollywood Trail

    3 months ago

    S&L Adventures completed Crystal Forest Trail

    3 months ago

    S&L Adventures saved Poop Out Trail

    3 months ago

    S&L Adventures added Mine

    3 months ago

    S&L Adventures added Desert

    3 months ago

    S&L Adventures added Easy

    3 months ago

    S&L Adventures added Hard

    3 months ago

    S&L Adventures added Beach

    3 months ago

    S&L Adventures added Waterfalls

    3 months ago

    S&L Adventures completed Weeping Rock Trail

    4 months ago

    S&L Adventures added Compleated Peaks

    4 months ago

    S&L Adventures completed San Gabriel Peak Trail

    4 months ago

    S&L Adventures completed Sturtevant Trail

    5 months ago

    S&L Adventures completed Hermit Falls Trail

    5 months ago

    S&L Adventures reviewed San Antonio Falls Trail

    9 months ago

    The majority of the trail is paved. Waterfall was beautiful, running crystal clear water. We got to watch search and rescue do some rappelling down the falls. Stroller friendly up to the dirt trail, due to the heavy rains the trail has some tricky washed out areas...I would say 5 years old max age limit, due to the washed out area. Need a forest parking pass available at the Mt. Baldy visitors center.