Join us for a hike through Kenneth Hahn State Park, one of the best kept secrets in the city.
Sunday, November 15
Faith and Jennifer will lead you through this beautiful State Park where we will visit a Japanese garden with Koi pond, up a winding trail through pine trees, sage brush and eucalyptus groves to the crest line which features stunning panoramic views of the city and ocean. Lots of birds and native plants to look at as well as a man-made river and lake with a variety of waterfowl. At the end of the hike, we will find a nice shady spot to enjoy a picnic lunch. This hike is a bit hilly at first but still an easy to moderate loop trail. Dogs on leash okay. Rain within 24 hours cancels.
Directions: The Park is located off of La Cienega Blvd. From the 10 Freeway, take the La Cienega exit south. The exit to the park is on La Cienega, just 1/4 mile South of Jefferson Blvd./Rodeo Street. Take the park exit and turn left. Once you have paid the parking fee, take the first left past pay booth at the sign marked Olympia Forest. There is a large parking lot. We will meet in the parking area closest to the sign. Park fee is $6 (weekends only).
There is a new Link shuttle bus service from the Metro Expo La Cienega Station to the Kenneth Hahn State Recreation Area. It runs from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. every 20 minutes. The fare is 25 cents.
Location: Kenneth Hahn State Park
4100 South La Cienega Blvd.
Los Angeles CA 90056
Phone: (323) 298-3660
Suggested Donation: $5
About our hikes and outings: Please arrive promptly at the start time. We will always allow for a 15-minute grace period for check in and intros. Our leaders usually arrive early, but if you don’t see the WOAR leader, please call the phone # listed in the write-up. Thank you!