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Bridge to Nowhere - San Gabriel Mountains

Bridge to Nowhere - San Gabriel Mountains - The Bridge to Nowhere is an arch bridge that was built in 1936 north of Azusa, California in the San Gabriel Mountains. It spans the East Fork of the San Gabriel River and was meant to be part of a road connecting theSan Gabriel Valley with Wrightwood.

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Hollywood and surrounding areas in L.A. Loved my years here with my friends but could never make this my "home." Awesome to drive to the beach and the San Gabriel Mountains the same day!!!


Fish Canyon Trail (+waterfall) San Gabriel Mountains hike - only open a few days a month because of the quarry that blocks the trail head


The San Gabriel Mountains are mainly known for two famous peaks in the Southern California area – Mount Baldy and Mount Wilson.

Sturtevant Falls Waterfall Los Angeles National Forest Santa Anita Canyon San Gabriel Mountains Chantry Flats


Sturtevant Falls in the San Gabriel Mountains is one of the finest waterfalls in Angeles National Forest. The 3.25-mile hike from Chantry Flats to the falls follows a pristine creek past resort era cabins. This is one of the most popular hikes in the San Gabriel Mountains. To extend this hike, continue beyond the falls on Gabrielino Trail to Spruce Grove Camp. add a side trek from Roberts Camp to Hoegees Camp or Hermit Falls. They may also be visited as part of the 9.5mile Santa Anita Cny…