The La Canada Flintridge Trails Council is a non profit, 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.
One of the first projects started by former resident, Clem Glass, was a 12-mile Loop trail that circles the city. This route was finished in 2012 and was recognized by the California Trails Conference Foundation, with its Award for a Project (Construction), a top award, to members of the La Cañada Flintridge Trails Council. We couldn’t have done this without you!
It takes many hands and much local support to maintain and manage the 24 miles of trails throughout La Canada Flintridge. Over the years the Council has been able to accomplish many wonderful projects because of the support and help of our membership, our Community, the staff and officials of the City of La Canada Flintridge and the County of Los Angeles.
Time to renew your membership!
Your support, interest, and membership help keep the Trails Council thriving. We thank you for your donation and encourage your friends or other trail users to join Trails Council. We suggest $25.00 per household. Any amount over that is added to our trail maintenance fund. We are a 501c3 corporation and all donations are tax deductible.
Tom Reynolds – President
Jim Kambe – Vice President
Wes Seastrom – Treseurer
Colin Weightman – Recording Secretary
Jeannie Garr Roddy