The Waterfall Trail Tucked Inside An Enchanted Forest Is One Of Southern California's Hidden Treasures
Southern California is filled with many unique outdoor spaces to enjoy and explore. Whether you’re drawn to one of its many pristine beaches, its rugged mountains, or its lush green forests, Southern California truly has it all. And, if you love waterfalls, then you’re in for a real treat as we’ve discovered a magnificent trail in SoCal that leads straight to a waterfall that will completely refresh you. Let’s take a look.
Please note, the Millard Canyon Falls Trail is temporarily closed.
Tucked inside Angeles National Forest you'll find a picturesque trail nestled in the woods that is a pure delight to explore.
Millard Canyon Falls Trail, located near the town of Altadena, is a short and easy hike under three miles that is good for most all skill levels.
With tons of trees and greenery in every direction, Millard Canyon Falls Trail is the perfect place to be when you want to escape from the SoCal heat.
The sights and sounds of this forest setting will make you feel like you're far away from civilization even though the city is only a short drive away.
Depending on the season you take this hike, you may encounter some active streams and creeks flowing through the forest. This is just one of many reasons we love this little slice of paradise in the woods.
Not only is this hike refreshingly beautiful, but the best part about this trail is that it leads straight to a waterfall.
As you head for the waterfall on this lightly trafficked trail, you'll be surrounded by nothing but natural beauty. Whether you're out here for a relaxing stroll or a peaceful day out in nature, this little spot can't be beat.
And ta-da - you've arrived! Welcome to the waterfall. This hidden gem in the woods is always a fun place to discover on your own.
Have you ever hiked this refreshing trail through Millard Canyon Falls?
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