The Creepiest Hike In Southern California Takes You Through The Ruins Of An Abandoned Estate
A haunted forest is one of the last things you’d expect to stumble upon when you’re in the Los Angeles area. However, that’s exactly what you’ll find in a part of Angeles Crest Forest in Altadena. Adventurers know this part of Southern California as Cobb Estate and it consists of a few remnants of a 107-acre property that was built over a century ago. It’s a fun place to explore with various hiking trails branching off to several other unique destinations in the area too. However, rumors of apparitions and hauntings definitely give this place a creepy vibe! If you’re curious to know more, read on to learn more about what you’ll explore when you come across the Cobb Estate trailhead in SoCal, probably the creepiest hike in SoCal.
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Where are some of the best places to go hiking in SoCal?
The following list highlights some of the best places to go hiking in SoCal:
- Iron Mountain Trailhead in Poway: The scenic views along this trail make this one of the most popular hikes in SoCal.
- Vanalden Cave Trail in Los Angeles: This 3-mile trail to some spooky caves is located in Topanga State Park.
- Icehouse Canyon Trail in Mount Baldy: You'll find plenty of shade and scenic views when you go hiking in SoCal along this trail.
- Here are some beaches worth hiking in SoCal.
- You'll also find some family-friendly hikes in SoCal that are perfect for a day trip.
What are some of the most haunted places in SoCal?
In addition to Cobb Estate, take look at some of the most haunted places in SoCal.
- The Queen Mary in Long Beach: This haunted ship retired in 1967 and is considered one of the spookiest places in the country.
- Colorado Street Bridge in Pasadena: Although it's impressive to look at, this haunted bridge has been the site of over 150 suicides.
- Glen Tavern Inn in Santa Paula: This historic hotel was built in 1011 and has been known to have ghostly activity on its third floor.
- The Whaley House in Old Town San Diego: Visitors claim to have experienced supernatural events like flickering lights when they visited this historical destination.
In this guide, you'll find many more haunted places in SoCal to visit when you're in the mood for an adventure.