Falls Trail starts at the nature center located at the upper lot ending at the waterfall. Total distance ~1.5 miles RT. Was very crowded on the Saturday we went. Could be nice except for the lowlives & their spawn who run around throwing rocks and sticks. Paid $6 to park at the lower lot adjacent to the ranger station. Most people park down in the residential area or park in the aforementioned lot and ignore the pay to park signs.
Great trail, very secluded.
Awesome well marked trail. The hike is fairly easy all the way to the waterfall. Beautiful views, and a Beautiful green picnic area by the Nature Center. On my way to the waterfall I spotted various squirrels, a couple of salamanders and a brown bear. Yes, a bear!! You will definitely enjoy this hike!
$5 parking fee on weekdays and $6 on weekends or free if u decide to stay in the bottom of the canyon.
Paid $5 for parking. Not bad, I actually don't mind it as it goes toward fees for maintaining the park. Very easy trail, waterfall at the end was nice and full due to the recent rain. 2.5miles roundtrip, one hour total including about 15 minutes enjoying the waterfalls
Monrovia Canyon Falls
This is a beautiful Hike and great for all skill level. The biggest thing to know is that you have to Pay to park here, the Adventure pass is not valid. If you don't want to pay $10 to park you can walk up the canyon and park below in the residential area.
Just Enter Monrovia Canyon Falls into your GPS and it will take you right to the destination.
The Hike itself is well shaded, so this is a great hike for the Summer when it get really Hot. It is a popular trail, so come early. The Trail to the Falls is about 2.5 miles but there are a few other trails you can take inside the Canyon to up your miles.