Sturtevant Fire Road is a hiking trail in Sierra Madre, California. It is 398 feet long and begins at 991 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 0.2 miles with a total elevation gain of 26 feet.
Sturtevant Fire Road Professional Reviews and Guides
"Amble down a charming trail rich with verdant foliage, indigenous wildlife, and rustic cabins from a bygone era. Experience an otherworldly appeal as you stroll through campsites reminiscent of fairytales and legends to a vibrant waterfall cascading from the crevice of a canyon wall."
--Allen Riedel and Monique Riedel, Best Hikes Near Los Angeles (Falcon Guides).
"At Sturtevant Falls, the waters of Big Santa Anita Canyon leap (or dribble, depending on the season) over a 50-foot precipice into a shallow pool. Sturtevant Falls ranks, along with falls of a similar stature in Millard and San Antonio canyons, as one of the more impressive and yet easily reached waterfalls in Southern California."
--Jerry Schad , Afoot & Afield Los Angeles County (Wilderness Press).
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