My daughter and I visited the morning of June 8th. We parked on Temescal Canyon Rd, just across from the main entrance to the park. Free on street parking. Unsure at first how the trail started, we ended up doing a loop hike, basically going...更多
My boyfriend and I are very active and were looking for nice places to hike and see the city from. All our local uber drivers and servers suggested Temescal Canyon since it's the closest and a fairly quick hike. After doing the waterfall trail up...更多
Love this place for a quick hike before work or if in need of a nature fix in a pinch. Steep elevation gain rewarded with views of ocean and DTLA. Easy to find and plenty of parking. Hint:
Park on sunset Blvd. To avoid $10...更多
We hiked the Temescal Rivas Canyon trail to Will Rogers today which was a nice trai and we had some nice views of the ocean and LA. There was quite some dog poop on the first part of the trail which we have not seen...更多
I'm always looking for hiking trails that are dog-friendly..this is up to a point (see photo).
Nerver-The-less, it's a good place for all kinds of hikers; novice to adventurous...Plus, it has a conference center and cabins for people who want to rent int out for...更多
Amazing that this park is a 20-minute drive from Venice--and a world away! There are lots of trails, most of which are quite steep and will get you to the top of a hill with amazing views of L.A. and the ocean on one side,...更多
Temescal Gateway Park is just off Sunset Blvd. / or PCH Hwy. 1 and is easy accessible and has lots of parking, paid. Trails go right up the hills into the coastal mountains. Trails are graded. You'll get spectacular coastal views and Catalina Island. Leads...更多
I’ve never hiked a bad trail…Some are just more fun!
Temescal has many trails and they’re all well-maintained.
Several of the shorter trails are dog-friendly---must be leashed. Please bag the poop and pack it out. Let’s keep trails available to those of us with dogs....更多