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Eaton Canyon Park
Eaton Canyon Park

Eaton Canyon Park

8,428 avaliações
Ao Ar Livre, Caminhada e Natureza, Parque
Classificado #4 em Pasadena coisas para fazer
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  • 8.3
    Turismo de aventura
  • 6.6
    Turismo familiar
  • 6.6
    Mochileiros
1750 N Altadena Dr, Pasadena, CA 91107
(626) 398-5420
http://www.ecnca.org/
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Local de Los Angeles

caminhada surpreendente. A cachoeira é linda, mas basta lembrar que o seu em estado selvagem. Eu vi leões de montanha lá antes

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Local de Los Angeles

A caminhada é agradável e fácil ea vista é bom. Se você começa a ver a cachoeira é um local relaxante agradável para ter um piquenique nas rochas. É apenas um pouco difícil de chegar.

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Local de Los Angeles

Um belo dia de caminhada até uma garganta a uma cachoeira logo acima Pasadena. Enquanto a trilha pode ser um desafio para alguns, é um ótimo passeio.

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fave lugar para caminhar! Apenas não fique demasiado tarde ou você vai ficar trancado para fora e tem que ir a toda a volta para sair

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Local de Covina

Eu não o caminhou por um longo tempo. Eu sou provavelmente apenas um noob em caminhadas de qualquer maneira. O verdadeiro última caminhada que eu tinha era ir até o C algumas vezes quando eu ainda estava na graduação na UCR. Isso foi intenso para mim. Mas agora eu comecei a desfrutar de caminhadas e tentar olhar para algumas trilhas fáceis simples. Este é um deles! A trilha é de cerca de 1,5-2 milhas para chegar até a cachoeira. A primeira milha ou assim não foi tão ruim. Depois de chegar mais perto da cachoeira que você tem que ter cuidado ao pisar em torno das rochas causar ele pode ficar escorregadia. Quando você atravessar as correntes, certifique-se de ter cuidado, ele pode ficar muito escorregadio em algumas rochas que estão molhadas. Mas a cachoeira é linda e muitas pessoas fazer uma pausa!

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Local de Los Angeles

O que um lugar mágico para caminhar e piquenique! Traga uma mochila e algumas guloseimas e se preparar para um dia de aventura. A caminhada é pena é para a vista. Relaxe e aproveite o seu piquenique ao olhar sobre o vale Los Angeles.

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Local de Los Angeles

Siga a trilha Eaton Canyon Cachoeira por um 3 milha caminhada de ida e volta fácil com uma cachoeira no ponto final! É divertido para toda a família, os cães também. Boa caminhada sapatos são recomendados por causa das streambeds escorregadias que você deve se cruzam ao longo do caminho. Gostaria de definir lado duas horas para esta caminhada. O estacionamento é gratuito na Eaton Canyon Nature Center. No entanto, estar cientes de que ele fica muito cheia nos fins de semana e você pode não encontrar uma vaga em todos, se você entra no final da manhã.

Recomendado para:Turismo de aventuraEcoturismoAmantes do ar livreBem-estarTurismo familiar
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Local de Los Angeles

Eaton Canyon Trail é uma caminhada curta, fácil perto do sopé Pasadena. A trilha mais popular (cerca de 5 milhas, toda plana) cruza um córrego e leva a uma boa cachoeira tamanho no final, onde um monte de pessoas se reúnem para tirar fotos e brincar na piscina na parte inferior. O cenário é muito bonito, mas nos fins de semana é realmente cheia e há uma boa dose de congestionamento. Eu recomendaria definitivamente esta caminhada para iniciantes ou famílias.

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Local de Los Angeles

Grande parque para caminhadas e piquenique da família. Fáceis e difíceis trilhas para diferentes níveis.

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Local de Los Angeles

Eu fui caminhar com um amigo que nunca tinha ido caminhadas antes ... então eu estava procurando algo não muito desafiador, com alguma sombra, seguro, e que não seria muito longo ou muito curto. Este foi perfeito! Primeiro, tínhamos de andar no sol por cerca de meia hora, mas quando chegou perto da água, a temperatura era muito mais agradável e mais frio. Exceto para os primeiros trinta minutos, estávamos entrando e saindo da sombra de modo geral eu nunca senti como se eu ia morrer do calor. Eu ainda recomendo colocar em algum protetor solar para as áreas não sombreadas. Gosto de caminhar ao longo dos córregos de água e pisar em pedras para atravessá-los. Você pode definitivamente fazer isso aqui, e muitas vezes. Há uma ligeira inclinação em algumas partes da trilha, mas há montes íngremes realmente. Isto provavelmente não é desafio suficiente para aqueles que estão à procura de um treino intenso. O lugar é muito lotado com pessoas de todas as idades e cães ... mas felizmente você pode atravessar caminhos diferentes ... Ou seja, você não ficar preso demasiado frequentemente atrás das pessoas, e você não tem que sentir como se estivesse bloqueando os outros se você tomar o seu tempo. As pessoas atrás de você vai encontrar uma outra maneira de passar por você. No geral, dar-lhe cerca de 2,5 horas totais de caminhar até a cachoeira, relaxar para um pouco e voltar. E, finalmente, o estacionamento é gratuito ... em um estacionamento ou nas áreas residenciais ... Não há necessidade de conduzir até uma estrada de montanha assustador, ou para estacionar em uma colina, onde poderá encontrar temer por seu carro ser atingido por alguém ou uma pedra caindo ..... FRESCO

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Local de Grande Los Angeles

A very easy hike! I would recommend for children and dogs. It’s most beautiful after it rains.

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Local de Los Angeles

Nice area to hike without worrying about anything too strenuous. Close enough to suburbia too, so it's within a decent distance for a hike to start the morning then get on with the rest of the day.

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Local de Azusa

What happened to Eaton Canyon?! This place is now a huge dump!

The Eaton Canyon hike used to be one of the most well known hikes in the SGV that led to a nice waterfall at the end. Perhaps it has became so well known that there's now an influx of traffic in the area by individuals with little regard in keeping the area clean. The hike is no longer well maintained. Trash cans are overflowing, homeless people are gathering in the area, and people don't even bother picking up after their pets or themselves; causing massive amounts of litter everywhere.

The only positives of this hike is that the parking is free and there's plenty of spots available. The hike itself is short and flat with plenty of shade along the way. There's some stretches of areas that are more rocky, but it's definitely not too strenuous for the beginner hiker. We saw people of all ages hiking this trail with ease. The waterfall is really quite disappointing now due to California drought conditions. There's barely any water left and whatever remains is contaminated with surrounding trash. I didn't even want to go near the muddy water. Honestly, there's plenty of better hikes in the area so I would highly suggest skipping out on this one.

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Local de Los Angeles

This is a hike for non-hikers. That is to say, it has become popular amongst those who have little respect for the outdoors. This includes people who 1) litter, 2) blast music on their portable speakers, and 3) do not pick up after their pets. The amount of garbage, dog poop, and noise pollution we encountered on the trail was disgusting and sad.

The waterfall at the end is a mere shadow of its former self. Again, the area is polluted with people, music, and trash. On the plus side, this hike is short so you don't have to endure it for very long. Parking is hassle-free too. I guess this is a good spot to bring young children and pets due to the ease of the hike, but for anyone else there are much better options around SoCal.

If you decide to go, please, please educate yourself on the principles of "leave no trace" so you can minimize your impact on this deteriorating site!

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Local de Los Angeles

This trail is not too bad of a hike. If you want to reach the Eaton Canyon Waterfall, it will take you maybe 30 mins to walk there. The first part of the trail is just flat. Maybe a bit of an incline but not bad. Once you get closer to the waterfall, there are rocks you have to walk over, so you will need to be a bit more careful there. The waterfall is nothing too impressive.

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If you walk the trail all the way to the end you will find a beautiful waterfall as a reward! Overall a very easy trail to hike. Long but easy.

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Local de Los Angeles

So you want to take a short hike with your furry and regular children… you don’t know where to go… yet you want to be out in nature a lil bit… well DO NOT GO HERE… everyone else is already here with their puppies and munchkins… and they have all run amok!

Ok sorry I have to RANT a moment… When you go on a hike like this, on the edge of nature, that a ton of people, children, and animals go on, please don’t stop policing up after your 4 legged friends. I cant believe how 2/3s of the trail had dog scat every 50 yards or less! I mean seriously PICK UP AFTER YOUR MUTT! I don’t care if it’s a St Bernard popping out poop the size of a Chihuahua or a Chichuahua popping out itty bitty twigs… no one wants to step in it and with lots of HUMAN children cruising along show them the right way please! Almost as bad is the person who bagged their doggie deeds and then tossed the lil BRIGHT ORANGE bag on the side of the trail… seriously jackwagons why? /RANT

Pro Tip: Arrive before or at 8AM for easy parking accessibility.

The trail here is mostly covered, regardless of the time of day or season. This is because Eaton Canyon really is a canyon… kinda shocking huh… There is also a lot of deciduous and evergreen trees here. They provide a lot of shade on the trail when put in unison. This also made the trail a good 15+ degrees cooler than outside of the canyon.

There are several babbling brook crossings with lots of rocks and trees set up to make it an easy thing to do. One of the trees is even a good 5-10 feet up over the 3” deep water… Rarely is the stream more then a few inches deep, definitely not anywhere that will hold fish, except at the base of the falls at the head of the lower canyon.

There is a way to the upper pool and stream at the head of the lower canyon, but it is apparently a rather dangerous climb to get there and many people have been hurt/injured from climbing here. So don’t climb without chalk and some kind of skill/experience at the very least…

None the less… lots of fun to hike in have a snack with the kids/friends and just enjoy a different sight than most people here in the southland will ever see or even be aware of. Easy to do hikes are rare especially with a 40’ waterfall at the end… I will be bringing my munchkin here before long I am sure… I think she will absolutely love it too =) Just like I bet you will too, if you dare to get off of the couch and do that reprehensible activity called exercise!

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Local de Los Angeles

I've been wanting to hike at Eaton for quite some time now and finally had a chance to do so this past weekend. We had a great time and spent 7 very leisurely hours up here.

First things first, I wanted to hike to the waterfall and that's exactly what we did. This is a very easy hike that just about anyone can handle. There are a lot of rocks getting back there, a few tiny climbs here or there (or maybe they were only climbs because I'm short, lol) but a helping hand was appreciated a couple of times. You will cross over a stream here or there (this is where water proof footwear or your hiking boots will come in handy). The trail back to the waterfall is 3 miles so you will be there and back in no time.

Saw many people with their four legged friends as well. The area is shaded most of the time, which can make it a bit chilly in the early hours of the morning. I would suggest layering clothing for sure. I wore a long sleeved Lucy top with a light weight Northface over it and switched back and forth from wearing the outer layer to putting it in our backpack but it was nice to be comfortable throughout the changing temperatures in different areas. I also wore an ear-warmer headband and light weight gloves to keep my hands warm earlier in the day. I like to be comfortable - makes any experience more enjoyable.

After reaching the waterfall and returning we chose to hike up to Henninger Flats - this trail is more of a "trail" (dirt) vs climbing through a pretty rocky path to the waterfall. There were only a couple areas that I felt an elevation climb, it's a very gradual climb to the camp ground with several stops to look out on and on a clear (very windy at times) day we were able to see out to the ocean, which was really nice. Kudos to the hiker that pointed this out to us, with our backs to the view I was completely oblivious to the ocean view. The hike to Henninger is 7 miles round trip, if you have the time - it is definitely worth making the most of the area by hitting the waterfall and the other areas. If you are pressed for time, I'd pick one or the other but we spotted a few other people who went to both.

There are restrooms at the camp ground, with running water, toilet paper and seat covers. I also spotted a moderate supply of fire wood. There are plenty of nice, weather resistant benches along the hike to Henniger as well. Great places to stop for a second, take in the view, have a little snack and stretch the legs out a little if need be.

This is a great area to spend the day, and by no means is it a "challenging" hike but lovely nonetheless.

I do wish people would be more considerate of their surroundings and our environment and pick up their trash. I brought a bag for trash and unintentionally left it in the car and several times throughout the day, I was reminded of the fact as I spotted a bunch of trash that needed to be picked up. If I return I will certainly be cleaning up and putting this stuff where it belongs - in the waste basket!

I didn't see much wildlife but the nature center at the bottom of the hill is pretty interesting and has a bunch of neat stuff. This is a perfect leisure hike and would be good for kids.

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Local de Los Angeles

Novice class hike. Ample parking space. No charge. There's benches that can serve as a picnic area, before you start your short trek.

Within a 40-50 minute walk, you'll find yourself at the base of a waterfall. The trail itself does have a few crossings over water streams, but it's fairly easy to keep yourself dry. This is a very dog friendly trail. Just be careful of stepping into deep doo-doo!

Insects become plentiful during the hot summers.
If I want to bring a beginner to hike for the first time, this would be the place.

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One of the very last great trails that have not been touched by the fires that have been raging the SGV for years. Still seasonal tadpoles and little baby frogs all over the place. There are rattlers out there so be careful. Very busy easy hike to the waterfall. For the more hard core hikers and rock climbers there are secret trails to the second and all the way up to the fifth waterfalls but you need to pack and plan your day accordingly. When you go try to pick up any trash you see from all the idiots that are not in the know. This trail can get quite packed on the weekends with large families bathing in the streams.

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