Eaton Canyon Falls Trail

Altadena, California 91003

Eaton Canyon Falls Trail

Eaton Canyon Falls Trail Professional Review and Guide

"Eaton Canyon is a lovely and peaceful wooded escape not far from the confines of the city center of Pasadena. The nature center contains some very useful information, a hands-on exhibit for children, and friendly, well-informed rangers. The culmination of this trip is a lovely pool and a 40-foot waterfall that drops over a sharp precipice."

Eaton Canyon Falls Trail Reviews

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8/11/2018
Loved it!! Easy/moderate and shaded hike 🙌🏼
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5/29/2010
An easy scenic kid and dog-friendly — but crowded — 3.84 mile mike to one of Los Angeles County’s most popular waterfalls. (Date hiked: May 29, 2010.) Read the full write-up at: http://www.greeneadventures.com/2011/02/21/eaton-canyon-falls-easy-and-crowded-but-well-worth-hiking/
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7/18/2009
The first part of this hike is pretty hot and the trees are few and far between. The trail is well marked but it is a little bit deceiving. Keep walking, the stream looks like it has gone dry but once you reach the waterfall there is a 2-3 foot deep pool waiting for you. Over all I think this hike would be a lot better durring the spring time. The 90-100 degree summer temperatures can be a little overwhelming.
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2/15/2009
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Trail Information

Altadena
Nearby City
3.75
Distance
550 feet
Elevation Gain
Out-and-back
Trail Type
Easy
Skill Level
2 hours
Duration
Late fall to spring
Season
975 feet
Trailhead Elevation
1,525 feet
Top Elevation
Angeles National Forest
Local Contacts
USGS Mount Wilson
Local Maps

Activity Feed

Sep 2018