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Chantry Flats Parking Lot and Trail Head
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2201-2299 Forest Route 2N40 Sierra Madre, CA 91011
USCASierra Madre91011
Parking LotToday 6:00 am – 8:00 pm
Monday 6:00 am – 8:00 pmTuesday 6:00 am – 8:00 pmWednesday 6:00 am – 8:00 pmThursday 6:00 am – 8:00 pmFriday 6:00 am – 8:00 pmSaturday 6:00 am – 8:00 pmSunday 6:00 am – 8:00 pm
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Christine Tran
reviewed 3 months ago
Sturtevant Falls Trail only-- Sturtevant Falls is definitely a beginner's trail. The trail is about 3.5 miles round trip. You can get it done in about an hour depending how long you spend enjoying nature and taking pictures in front of the waterfalls. The last half mile back is all incline and you get a pretty good workout/burn. There are plenty of shade and a couple of restrooms along the trail. Beware-- restrooms are filthy. In order to hike this trail you must purchase an adventure pass. It is $5 and you can get it REI or Big 5. This trail is probably the most beautiful trail at Chantry Flats. Enjoy! And remember to pick up after yourself & your little friends! Littering is NOT cool!
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leslie valladares
reviewed 9 months ago
Love this place! Great place to relax and simply enjoy the wilderness!
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Yael Lopez
reviewed a year ago
Loved this place... You better just off that cliff its amazing... :) can't wait to go again... :)
D Landells
reviewed a year ago
Chantry Flats is a great hiking, camping and wilderness area. It is very accessible, take Santa Anita Parkway right off the 210 freeway in Pasadena and follow it all the way to the parking lot. There are a lot of parking spaces, but the place is so popular it is very tough to find a spot, and as it is a national forest, you need a parking pass. If you don’t have an annual pass you can purchase a day pass at Adam’s Packing Station which is at one end of the parking lot. The packing station runs a stable of mules that serve the clusters of cabins that run up the creek trail. They also have extra parking available in their own lot for a reasonable price, and sell granola bars and such, but best of all…. In the afternoon they fire up the grill and start making their “Perfect Canyon Dogs”, burgers and fries, and beer! Beer never tasted better than after an 8 mile hike, oh my! Every month they have a little concert up there too, so check out the schedule on their website (look up Adam’s Packing Station, they also have info about the park amenities). Hikes range from a short run to the waterfall to the round trip to the observatory on Mount Wilson and beyond. One trail connects to the Red Box Station off the 2 Highway. The creek trails are all under a nice shady canopy of trees. It is very green and lush considering the arid climate, and the sound of the birds, squirrels and the creek are very relaxing. You have to watch out for poison oak, and you should be sure to pack a bottle of water for everyone as you can’t drink from the creek, but hey, it’s the wilderness!
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Vee Ureno
reviewed 10 months ago
Its a wonderland of mother nature...my true home! You have not lived if you havent been here!
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delton davis
reviewed a year ago
great place for a hike!Helps if you're in shape,this aint for weenies! Cabins,streams,waterfalls,this place has it all!