Posts By: La Cañada Flintridge Trails

Children’s Adventure Guide to LCF Trails & Coloring Book

A local Girl Scout from Troop 5781, Kiley Lu (17), had an excellent idea for her Gold Award project. The Gold Award is the top honor in Girl Scouts. She created a children’s guide to La Canada Flintridge Trails. Its purpose is to encourage local youths to get outdoors and experience what a beautiful area … Read more »

LCF Trail Council Celebrates 50 Years!

Greetings from the La Cañada Flintridge Trails Council, This year, we are celebrating our 50th year of incorporation, and what an exciting year we have planned. Our community is unique for having both trails and an organization to preserve them.  Our Trail Council stewards 23 miles of trails and bridle paths that wind through the homes … Read more »

Get volunteer hours for trail cleanup

Need service hours? Be a star and beautify our trails in LCF The City of La Canada Flintridge (LCF) maintains all the trails in Cherry Canyon. Picking up trash is a fun way to help and enjoy the out-of-doors. This volunteer work can be done individually or in a group. Here is how it works.Review what … Read more »

Sister City Friendship Trail Update

June 7, 2023 – The Villanueva de la Canada delegation and members of the LCF Sister Cities organization, LCF City  Council and LCF Trail Council attended a dedication of the new Friendship Trail Memorial Day weekend 2022. The trail should start construction  later this summer and be completed by the end of 2023. In 2017, … Read more »

Flint Canyon Trail Restoration Update

June 7, 2023 – The Flint Canyon trail under-toe is slowly eroding because the stream that runs next to it, The City of La Canada Flintridge and the  Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy will do a three million dollar restoration in the coming months after an environmental review.  Thank you for the help State Sen. Anthony … Read more »


By TOM REYNOLDS May, 2023 – Hello Fellow Trail Lovers, Thank you for being a part of the La Cañada Flintridge trails community! Our gratitude and appreciation go out to all Trails Council members, LCF City Council, City staff, and the Parks and Rec Commission. We are all so fortunate to have this beautiful asset … Read more »

Cherry Canyon’s Preservation Turns 30

Via LA Times By Sara Cardine One Saturday morning last fall, La Cañadans laced up their hiking shoes and headed out on a trek with Mayor Jon Curtis to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the acquisition of Cherry Canyon, a hard-fought battle to preserve local open space. The walk — which culminated at Ultimate Destination Point … Read more »

Trail History

The Trails Council was founded in 1973 by a group of dedicated citizens wanting to develop, promote and protect our trails. 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 … Read more »