Recommended Spots for Hiking in LA

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Travelling means you can do everything that you has wanted to do. People travel with various purpose. Some of them travel to release some stress. Some people travel to just enjoy their ‘me time’. Some others travel to feed their adrenaline. One of the most common activities during travel is hiking. Picking a place for hiking is not that difficult because lots of people are fans of this quite extreme activity. Besides, Mother Nature has provided the facilities just fine. Why not using it for your advantage?

Places for hikes in LA

Los Angeles has lots of interesting spots to explore. However, it is not only about shopping and dining. LA is more than that. About the tourism aspect, there is a lot of stunning spots you can visit when traveling to LA. If you are looking for hiking spots, here are some recommended hiking trails to satisfy your hobby of hiking:

Brush Canyon Trail is what can lead you to Hollywood sign. This trail is one of the most favorite in LA. You need to face the challenge of traipsing around Griffith Park then navigating to fire roads and heading up the 1,700 foot Mount Lee with. Then you will arrive right behind the Hollywood sign. From there, you will see fascinating landscape of mansions, mountain ridges, the city view, etc.

Vasquez Rocks is also recommended when your travel to LA is to find hiking trail to explore. This trail is located off the Antelope Valley Freeway or about an hour away from downtown LA in Agua Dulce. This trail is pretty challenging because you need to pass through the rock formations resulted from seismic activity as well as erosion just from the earth million years ago. This trail is one of the most favorites especially among young hikers because the incline is pretty gentle.

Eaton Canyon is recommended trail for hiking. It is located at the base of the San Gabriel Mountains in Pasadena. Aside from hiking, this place is popular for other interesting activities such as mountain biking, etc. however, hiking is the most sought activities to be done in this spot. With the 40-foot waterfall and one way jaunt which has a 375 feet elevation change.  If you visit this place when the temperature spikes, you can always cool your body off in the natural pool just under the waterfall.

Solstice Canyon Trail is another recommended hiking pot in LA you should visit. What makes people decide to hike in this trail is mostly due to the architectural significant. Actually, this trail is not extreme. It is only a 2.6 mile trail which is considered easy and family-friendly. So if you are going to bring your kids along, it is safe. At the end of the path, you can see ruins of the Tropical terrace House which was built in 1952. There are also the ruins of a stone hunting cabin called The Keller House which is more than 100 years old. It sure will be a memorable experience to hike up this trail.

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