Hiking

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The Angeles National Forest - San Gabriel Mountains National Monument offers 557 miles of hiking and equestrian trails which include 73 miles of National Recreation Trails and 176 miles of the Pacific Crest Trail (PCT). These trails offer ample choices for all, from beginners to experienced outdoor enthusiasts.

While designated recreation sites will be closed, the general Forest area including the extensive trail system will remain open and available to the public. We will continue to monitor usage as the situation evolves, access is subject to change.

Please keep health, safety and the environment in mind when visiting National Forests. Your personal responsibility is critical to ensuring public safety and preventing futher restrictions. We ask that you consider whether your personal participation in outdoor recreation at this time would pose an unnecessary risk to others as we all work together to flatten the curve and slow the spread of COVID-19. We appreciate your cooperation in keeping our National Forests safe and healthy for everyone's use.

Dog Poodle Bush

Poodle-dog bush causes severe irritation to the skin if touched, akin to poison oak or poison ivy. Poodle-dog bush is very common in the area burned by the 2009 Station Fire.

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https://www.fs.usda.gov/activity/angeles/recreation/hiking