Hikes You Can Do Presents, Hiking Big Santa Anita Canyon, an adventure into Los Angeles’s Great Camp Era.
Highlights: Rich history, 60′ flowing waterfall, shaded trail next to stream
Fun Rating: Very Fun
Difficulty: Moderate/The end is Strenuous
Distance: ~9 miles
Hike Style: Loop
Duration: 4-5 hours
Elevation Gain: ~1,500′
Trail Condition: Well Groomed and marked
Shade: In the Canyons- Hot during the Summer Months
Dogs Allowed: Yes
Passes Needed: Forest Service Adventure Pass
GPS: (34.195475416654375, -118.02234649658203)
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Download: Trail Map
Address: Forest Route 2N40, Angeles National Forest, Pasadena, Los Angeles, California 91107
Directions: 210 Freeway to Santa Anita Ave. Head north until the road ends and goes up into the mountains. Continue on the road until your reach the Chantry Flat Parking Lot. Parking on the weekend here can be very bad. Get there very early or you will be forced to park on the road and hike up to get to the trail head.
Phone: Forest Service (626-574-5200)
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