Trail Canyon Trail Professional Reviews and Guides
"When soaking rains come, Trail Canyon’s normally indolent flow becomes a lively torrent. After tumbling through miles of rock-bound constrictions and sliding across many gently inclined declivities, the water comes to the lip of a real precipice."
--Jerry Schad , Afoot & Afield Los Angeles County (Wilderness Press).
"A short stretch of graded dirt road in the Angeles National Forest drops you at the head of a scenic riparian canyon flanked by sandstone walls, sage, and chaparral yucca. The trail crosses several seasonal creeks before the mellow climb to a projection overlooking a dramatic seasonal waterfall.The Angeles National Forest rises up above Sunland, one of the older communities north of Los Angeles. One minute you are crossing residential intersections and the next you are driving in the shadow of the San Gabriel Mountains’ steep, rocky chararral slopes. The Angeles National Forest was established in 1892 and covers about 700,000 acres. Elevations range from 1,200 to more than 10,000 feet."
--Linda and David Mullally, Best Dog Hikes Southern California (Falcon Guides).
"Looking for a rugged hike away from the crowds and sun? How about one that ends at a waterfall that you can sit on top of during warmer months? Trail Canyon is one of those hidden gems of the San Gabriel Mountains-one whose minor inconveniences mean you can feel like you have the entire mountain range to yourself."
-- Casey Schreiner , Day Hiking Los Angeles (The Mountaineers Books).
"A year-round waterfall is somewhat rare in the hills surrounding the Valley, especially one as large and accessible as Trail Canyon Falls. This pleasant hike up a stream-lined canyon to the majestic 50-foot waterfall serves as a great introduction to the hiking found within the Angeles National Forest."
--Deke Williams, Best Easy Day Hikes: San Fernando Valley (Falcon Guides).
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