5 Hikes to do this Fall Season in L.A.

With the sun setting on the summer solstice, we look forward to the fall weather. With the winter weather comes the fall leaves and the further along the winter breeze. But don’t fret let’s first enjoy the fall weather and let’s go on a hike to one of these scenic destinations.

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Runyon Canyon

The most famous of the trails and most known in the recent years, due to its undeniable views and celebrity sightings. There are different trails that you can take depending on your current mood.

6 am-9pm;  2001 N Fuller Ave, L.A., CA 90046

 

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Ferndell Nature Museum at Griffith Park.

The little known enclave with luscious trees and tropical foliage. The trails are paved and the incline is subtle. Follow the enchanting trail to the end that includes a lovely man-made brook.

Sunrise-Sunset; 4730 Crystal Springs Dr, LA, CA 90027; laparks.org/dos/parks/griffithpk/
 

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Hollywood Sign/ Griffith Observatory

The symbolic landmark is renown through out the world. The fact that the Hollywood Hills has seen several celebrities, changes, and eras is humbling enough. There are three trails that can lead to the sign the Mt. Hollywood trails, Canyon Boulevard Trail, and the Cahuenga Peak Hike.

Sunrise-Sunset; 3200 Canyon Dr, LA, CA 90068

 

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Eaton Canyon

This 3.4 miles long Pasadena Trail is fairly easy and available all year round. The trail is used for hiking and nature trips and features a serene waterfall at the end of your journey.

Sunrise-Sunset; 1750 N. Altadena Dr., Pasadena, CA, 91107;

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Baldwin Hills Scenic Overlook

Hilltop park with views of Downtown Los Angeles plus hiking trails & history exhibit.

Sunrise-Sunset; 6300 Hetzler Rd, Culver City, CA 90232

 

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