hiking

views

walking

dogs on leash

birding

nature trips

wild flowers

wildlife

forest

dog friendly

camping

trail running

mountain biking

kid friendly

waterfall

river

horseback riding

backpacking

off road driving

scenic driving

lake

rock climbing

The Angeles National Forest (ANF) is located in the San Gabriel Mountains and Sierra Pelona Mountains, and mostly housed within Los Angeles County in Southern California. The forest offers developed campgrounds, waterfall hikes, picnic areas, and ample opportunities for backpacking, swimming, fishing, skiing and hiking in the solitude of an expansive wilderness area. Trails are shared amongst hikers, equestrians, mountain bikers and off-highway vehicle enthusiasts. An Adventure Pass is needed to access many parts of this recreation area including parking at many hiking trail's trailheads.

beautiful! the incline at the end is rough though.... good workout

2 days ago

Great place to hike. There's a lot of bikers along the path. Amazing view. Definitely one of my favorite places to hike. Very easy trail to hike

This trail is steep and strenuous with great views along the way. it's one of the quickest and shortest ways to bag Mt. Baldy.

Beautiful hike in the forrest. One of my favorite.

Great hike. Mine is really cool but go in a group. All trails needs to update this to start at Vincent Gap lot for the shortest hike route.

Very scenic starting off easy along a creek bed, to a river bed and then with a series of challenging switchbacks to the saddle and Timber.

Great trail, a little steep at times but a great hike overall.

Beautiful, well maintained trail with multiple terrains - it is a little confusing to find as you need to walk up a road through a private neighborhood to find the trailhead. Once you reach the meadow, would recommend going about .5-1 mile further, the views are worth it. There are tiny waterfalls, streams, red woods, and stunning canyons and mountains.