The San Gabriel River Trail extends from the base of the San Gabriel Mountains all the way to the Pacific Ocean. A key component to LA's transportation infrastructure, the trail will eventually connect to the Rio Hondo and Whittier Greenway to form the backbone of a huge trail system for the region. The trail travels through a diverse landscape of industrialized and natural areas, including Santa Fe dam recreation area and the Whittier narrows. Parking and restrooms are available at the ranger station at the north end and beach access at the southern end.
Parking and Trail Access
Did they blacktop the SGRT?
Heard that they had started to blacktop the SGRT when I was leaving in May.
Wonder where they put it.
Today I rode from the beach up to the Hartwell Trail (at Carson, Long Beach Towne Center, Hartwell Park) and all I saw were a few patches on the ...
San Gabriel River Trail - North end facilities survey
SAN GABRIEL RIVER TRAIL – FACILITIES SURVEY FROM TRAIL END NORTH TO SANTA FEE DAM SPILLWAY
By The TrailBear
Start at the top this time. Why not? We’ve been to the bottom. Started there, actually. Cut to the chase, start at the top of ...
THE SAN GABRIEL RIVER TRAIL - from the Sea to Downey
The San Gabriel River Trail – A Facilities Survey from the Sea to Downey
SCENERY … *** Let’s face it, we’re riding in a glorified concrete ditch called the San Gabriel River. It gets a bit wilder further upstream, but down here it ...