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Los Angeles Hike Details

  Eaton Canyon Waterfall  
Trail - Eaton Canyon Waterfall
2010-01-31  
13:01 pm
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Area Los Angeles
Address 1750 North Altadena Drive, Pasadena, California 91107
Elevation n/a
Change n/a
Distance 5.95 km ( 3.70 miles )
Difficulty Moderate
Lat / Long 34.178485, -118.096558

Directions  From the 210 Freeway, exit Altadena Drive. Head North on Altadena Dr. for 1.7 miles before turning right into the Nature Area Parking lot.

The Good  Nature!
Dogs are welcome, but be sure to bring a leash.
Restrooms available at the Nature Center.

The Bad  Be aware of the poison oak. It grows thick in these parts.
Parking can be scarce in the parking lot. Be sure to carpool.
Remember there is a dirt parking lot just to the east of the paved lot.

Where  Eaton Canyon Nature Center

Notes  The Eaton Canyon waterfall has been one of my favorite hiking destinations for 20 years, the trail sporting a spectacular view around every corner.

To start our adventure please meet up at The Eaton Canyon Nature Center next to the patking lot. We'll hike north, following the fire road and crossing the creak. During the first 1.5 miles - before passing under the Toll Road bridge - there is very little elevation change.

The trail through the upper canyon may be rough, or non-existent at times, but the destination is well worth the effort. Oh, did I mention that you will probably get your feet wet?
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Past hikes
Nov 11th, 2012        Mar 28th, 2010   (10)Jan 31st, 2010        

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