What fun! Thank you from Walking Pasadena & Nobody Hikes in LA to everyone who showed up to hike today at Deukmejian Wilderness Park and brought items to donate to the Friends in Deed food pantry! It was a gorgeous morning and great company on a beautiful hike. Stay tuned for the next benefit hike coming up 12/2!
Come enjoy a hike at Cherry Canyon Park in Glendale, known for its shaded woodlands and panoramic city and mountain views. Together with Nobody Hikes in LA, we will be collecting donations for victims of the Woolsey and Hill fires.
The hike will start at 9am and be done between 11 and 12 depending on the exact route and number of participants. One possible route is to Cerro Negro, described here, a moderate 3-mile hike with 750 feet of elevation gain.
Please bring a check or money order payable to the nonprofit of your choice. All donations will be mailed to the appropriate organization after the hike. For lists of organizations accepting donations, click here and here.
Sunday, December 2, 2018 at 9 AM
Cherry Canyon Park
Walking Pasadena is proud to team up with Nobody Hikes in L.A. for the 2nd annual Will Hike for Food/Opt Outside hike and food drive, Friday, November 23rd at Deukmejian Wilderness Park! If you are looking to burn off some calories, the incline of the Dunsmore Canyon Trail will do the trick. Bring a non-perishable food item and enjoy a great hike in the San Gabriel foothills. Hope you can join us!
Friday, November 23, 2018 at 9 AM – 12 PM
Deukmejian Wilderness Park Page
3429 Markridge Road, Glendale, California 91214
We had a great time exploring the remains of Pasadena’s Busch Gardens on Sunday, January 28, 2018. Made some new friends, found a secret guest book, and even got invited in for a private look at one of the most impressive remnants of the Gardens! Thanks for walking with me!
Photos by Sarah Emery Bunn
Sunday January 28, 2018 | 2PM
Meet at 2PM at the southwest corner of Arlington & Orange Grove.
Pasadena’s Busch Gardens is long gone, but thanks to a great article/item at KCET recently, we are going to take a walk to see the hidden remains of this piece of our city’s history. This won’t be a long or very vigorous walk, just a chance to explore and walk and talk!
From Petrea Burchard: “Hi everyone. In 2010 I wrote a series of posts about some of the sights in Busch Gardens. These were on the blog where I posted every day for about 5.5 years, Pasadena Daily Photo.”
Saturday, November 26, 2016, 8:30AM
Meet outside Whole Foods Arroyo Parkway
465 S Arroyo Pkwy, Pasadena, CA 91105
There are some great features to this walk south of Pasadena’s Old Town – come explore Fair Oaks and Raymond Avenues with the Walking Pasadena group! We’ll meet at the entrance to the Arroyo Parkway Whole Foods, and wander 2-3 miles on Fair Oaks, Raymond Avenue, California Boulevard, and Arroyo Parkway. There may be a few alleys we discover on the way that we can explore! You have probably driven these streets many times, but have you walked them? There are Art Center murals, hidden alleys, great coffee shops and antique stores, interesting architecture, and more!
May 7, 2016, 1PM
275 Arlington Drive, Pasadena CA
Celebrate the eighth annual World Labyrinth Day on Saturday, May 7, 2016! We are lucky to have several labyrinths in the Pasadena area; this walk will include two of them.
We’ll start at 1PM at the Arlington Garden labyrinth at 275 Arlington Drive. After we’ve enjoyed their classical labyrinth, we’ll walk together to the Chartres-style labyrinth at Neighborhood Church on Orange Grove. We’ll return to the starting point at Arlington for a round trip of about 3.5-4 miles.
RSVP on the Facebook Event page, or comment on this post, or just show up!