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Linda Falls Trail is a 1.3 mile loop trail located near Angwin, California that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and nature trips and is accessible year-round.

Distance: 1.3 miles Elevation Gain: 173 feet Route Type: Loop

kid friendly

hiking

nature trips

walking

forest

views

waterfall

wild flowers

wildlife

rocky

no dogs

hiking
16 days ago

Healthy waterfall . Great for family hike. Drive and hike scenic

hiking
19 days ago

Great little trail. About 25 minutes walk to waterfall but you don’t even notice it because the trail itself is under shade of trees most of the time and is pretty. If going on a weekend, try to be there no later than 11am because it gets really crowded. Also, when you arrive, park your car on the side of the baseball field, then cross the street and look for a small bike trail sign. This bike trail takes about 5 minutes walk and leads you to the Linda Falls trail (you’ll see a big sign).

hiking
rocky
2 months ago

Giving it a 4/5 just because it was a bit tricky to find. Overall easy hike probably took us about 25 min round trip (we were taking our time) plus the time you enjoy at the waterfall. There is some rocks you must climb to get a better view of the fall but nothing crazy and totally worth it! Once you get to the location park on the side of the road near the baseball fields. From here you’ll cross the road and walk uphill towards the sign with the bike trail (this should be on your left hand side) and proceed that route until you get to the Linda falls trail. Good amount of shade but make sure you bring appropriate shoes with good grip.

hiking
muddy
scramble
3 months ago

Beautiful falls! Short hike. Decent amount of rocks to climb over to get to the falls. Easy scramble. Dog had no issues. A little muddy, good amount of shade.

hiking
muddy
rocky
4 months ago

Nice short hike to a scenic waterfalls. I’m not crazy for waterfalls, but this one is pretty cool. The boulders in the water are massive. They definitely put you into perspective. Trail is a bit difficult to find. Park near the baseball fields on the side of the road and follow the bike path till you get to the sign. Go left down the trail and follow the signs. There are a couple forks, follow the signs. A bit steep on the way out but worth it. Saw a few dogs. Didn’t make it all the way to the saw mill, as it was getting dark. Nice little trails if you have an hour or so.

hiking
5 months ago

Cool short trail to an epic little waterfall.

hiking
8 months ago

Littered and dirty spot. Could be very beautiful. Not a swimming hole

hiking
9 months ago

no dogs ? i dont walk without her

hiking
over grown
9 months ago

The first part of the hike is a little over grown but opens up as you go on. Wear good gripping shoes as the dirt trail can get a slick. Pretty easy hike to the waterfall as most of it is down hill, the uphill trek back is an excellent cardio (especially for the pit is shape). Overall great day and perfect hike. Only gave 4 stars as it was challenging to find the trail.

hiking
bugs
over grown
10 months ago

Absolutely loved this trail! It’s short but gets a bit strenuous towards the end, especially right before the waterfall where there large rocks to climb over. Very beautiful and serene. I brought my dog and saw someone else with a dog too. I kept my pup on his leash because of the poison ivy that’s overgrown in the first part of the trail.

hiking
10 months ago

Quick little hike and beautiful waterfall. Less than 2 miles even adding the Saw mill side trail. Short steep section I’d recommend good traction footwear. Worth it, but make sure you dodge the poison oak!

hiking
bugs
over grown
rocky
10 months ago

Good trail. wear proper gripping shoes because its dry you can slip on some of the steeper parts of the trail. Lots of mosquitos at the falls and sporadic bites of poison oak. Got there and back with 5 kids aged 5, 9,9, 11 and 11.

hiking
11 months ago

This us a real sleeper—and a winner! Directions: It's before first house on right after you come over Caiocca Pass from St. Helena. No trailhead sign, just "Bike Route" (which has its back to you, next to the first 35 MPH sign). First off, it's not a loop: just 1.3 mi (round trip) out & back. Waterfall is lovely. Even better are all the boulders you can hop around on—whee! (Wear good shoes for that.) The wonderful surprise is another trail—Old Sawmill Trail—that branches off the Linda Falls Trail. It’s a lovely walk about 1.5 miles through forest, down to a lower portion of Conn Creek. Maybe it goes even farther than that; I didn’t have time to check. Plenty of poison oak, but it’s avoidable. See the "not overgrown" portion of dashed line trail that branches left off Linda Falls Trail (when outbound) on the AllTrails map. So between the 2 trails, we’re talking more than 4 miles. Super!

hiking
rocky
Thu May 02 2019

hiking
Mon Apr 22 2019

Short hike but the waterfall area at the end has a lot to explore. Lots of wildflowers!

hiking
muddy
Sat Apr 20 2019

I thought it was a great trail . I wish it was a little longer but overall it a was a great simple trail . You have to get on the bike trail in order for you to start the Linda Fall Trail . Great weather , great energy , great scenery . Make sure to wear gripped shoes to climb on the rocks when you get to the waterfall . I definitely go on it again .

hiking
Fri Apr 19 2019

Fun short hike. Great for kids. Beautiful twin falls and tons of pools to climb to. Kids had a blast. We parked at the baseball field on the road. The start of the bike trail is just East. You will walk past the salmon house and one other house and you will see the sign for the bike path. It is well marked once the falls trail starts. The start of the trail is masked correctly on this map. We found it no problem.

recorded Linda Falls Trail

hiking
bugs
muddy
over grown
Wed Apr 17 2019

Very beautiful waterfall and extra easy to get to, just watch out for fire ants and the mosquitos, which is basically expected being the water source .

hiking
rocky
scramble
Sun Mar 24 2019

A nice little hike to the waterfalls

Mon Mar 11 2019

My family and I took this little adventure to go see a waterfall called Linda falls and we can't wait to get back this weekend and spend more time there and enjoy what nature has to offer!

hiking
muddy
rocky
scramble
Sun Feb 17 2019

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