The trails are open
As you enjoy our reopened trails, please read and follow the City’s and County’s instructions about safety practices at every trailhead. If we are considerate, mindful, and kind we will stay healthy, and active.
Let’s work together to keep the trails open. – THANK YOU –
Watch a fascinating video on the history of the La Canada trails for FREE. It is great entertainment while you are sheltering in place. We will even drop it off at your doorstep if you live in La Canada, La Cresenta, Sunland Tujunga, Glendale and Pasadena/Altadena!. Just EMAIL us. Please include your physical address.
PLEASE SHARE YOUR TRAIL PHOTOS
Take pictures and post them on Instagram with the trail hashtag and your images will be shared on the LCFtrails.org website!!
Click on this link to see all the trails HASHTAGS
NEW BIKE RACKS LOCATED NEAR SEVERAL TRAILHEADS
The City of La Canada Flintridge applied for and received grant funding from the Air Quality Management District for the purchase and installation of bike racks throughout the City. The racks are installed at the following three trail locations and city hall:
- Parking Lot (Winery Channel Trailhead)
- Descanso Drive (Descanso Trail)
- Foothill Blvd. (Gould Canyon Trail)
- Plus LCF City Hall.
The Trails Council would like to thank The City of La Canada Flintridge for applying for, and managing the Bike Rack Grant.
La Cañada Flintridge Trails Council
The La Canada Flintridge Trails Council is a nonprofit, volunteer organization established in 1974. Dedicated to developing, preserving, promoting, and maintaining our local and regional trail systems, the LCF Trails Council works closely with the County of Los Angeles and the City of La Cañada Flintridge to keep the 23 miles of trails open, accessible, and enjoyable.
Below is a functioning Google Map showing one of our longest hikes, the City Loop. This trail circles the entire town of La Canada Flintridge. Each trail segment has its own name and page on the website too, including its own Google Map, and description listing difficulty, distance, elevation change and more. Share your experiences during every season in the La Canada Wilds on Instagram using the hashtag provided at the bottom of each trail page!
This website is mobile friendly so enjoy it from your computer at home or from your smartphone on the dusty trail!