From on the road with your Audi vehicle in Los Angeles County to following a hiking trail in Los Angeles, our Audi Beverly Hills team has put together a list of trails for you to explore. Check it out below: 

 

Please Note: Please adhere to all safety guidelines. 
 

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Hiking in Beverly Hills, CA

 

Park your Audi SUV at one of these Beverly Hills parks! Haven’t found the perfect SUV for the family yet? Reach out to your Audi Beverly Hills team today!

 

Franklin Canyon Park

 

2600 Franklin Canyon Dr

Beverly Hills, CA 90210

 

Franklin Canyon Park rests on 605 acres and offers three trails: Discovery Trail, Hastain Trail and Berman Trail. Let us know which trail you choose in the comments below! Please note: Cloth face coverings are required at all MRCA facilities. Many park amenities, like picnic tables and drinking fountains, are closed. 

 

Audi BH Tip: Turn your hiking day into three days by doing each trail on a different day. 

 

Coldwater Canyon Park

 

1100 North Beverly Drive

Beverly Hills, CA 90210

 

Bring the family to enjoy a wide span of green space and a water stream. Please adhere to all safety guidelines when visiting the park. Snap a family selfie and tag us @audibh

 

Audi BH Tip: Let the kids run around to expend some of their excess energy. 

 

Hiking in Pasadena, CA

 

Are you looking to easily hop on and hop off the 210 freeway to discover your next hiking trail? If so, check out the Audi BH team’s recommendations and tips below: 

 

Big Santa Anita Canyon

 

Chantry Flat Rd

Arcadia, CA 91006

 

Take a drive out to Pasadena! Big Santa Anita Canyon offers a host of trails for your picking, similar to how Audi Beverly Hills offers a host of Audi vehicles to choose from. View our inventory today!

 

Audi BH Tip: Make sure your phone is fully charged for all the photos you’ll be snapping!

 

Eaton Canyon Trail System

 

1750 N. Altadena Dr.

Pasadena, CA 91107

 

Before heading out on one of the trails, like Mount Wilson Toll Road or Walnut Canyon, it’s always a good idea to review some history! Did you know the “Eaton” name comes from Judge Benjamin Eaton? Just like how the Audi Beverly Hills name comes from being in the heart of Beverly Hills. Visit us today and learn more about our history here

 

Audi BH Tip: Find coloring sheets, word searches, and activity sheets for the kids on the Eaton Canyon Nature Center Associates website!

 

Please Note: Free timed entry reservations are now required for access to the Eaton Canyon Trail System. No same-day reservations or walk-ins allowed. Proof of reservation and photo ID required for entry. Visit ecna.org for more information. 

 

Hiking in Calabasas, CA

 

It’s time to tackle the 101 in Los Angeles again - cruise down the famous freeway to find your next hiking destination! 

 

Malibu Creek State Park

 

1925 Las Virgenes Road (at Mulholland Hwy)

Cornell, CA 91301

 

Fun fact: Malibu Creek State Park was formerly owned by 20th Century Fox Studios. The park includes 15 miles of stream side trail. Will you tackle all 15 miles? Let us know in the comments below! Please Note: The Visitor Center, Rock Pool, and Century Lake remain closed. 

 

Audi BH Tip: Bring cash! There is a $12 parking fee. 

 

Zev Yaroslavsky Las Virgenes Highlands Park

 

5215 Las Virgenes Rd

Calabasas, CA 91302

 

If you are looking for a leisurely trail next Sunday morning, this park offers just that. Plus, you’ll enjoy panoramic views of the Santa Monica Mountains and Simi Valley. 

 

Audi BH Tip: Make sure to master the technique of taking a panoramic photo before heading out!

 

Hiking in Torrance, CA

 

Madrona Marsh Preserve & Nature Center

 

3201 Plaza Del Amo

Torrance, CA 90503

 

Enjoy time exploring the last remaining vernal marsh in Southern California! Please note: The park is adhering to safety guidelines. There will be limited entry (first come, first serve) and a 2 hour time limit. Operating hours: Thursday - Saturday from 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM. 

Audi BH Tip: If you have a pair of binoculars handy, bring them along to spot all the different types of birds that visit the preserve. 

Hopkins Wilderness Park

 

1102 Camino Real

Redondo Beach, CA 90277

 

Are you looking for a quick escape during your lunch break? Hopkins Wilderness Park offers short trails for a quick, lunchtime hike. 

 

Audi BH Tip: It’s always important to stretch your legs during the workday, which is why we’ve included this park on our list!

 

Hiking in Downtown Los Angeles, CA

 

Urban and hiking are usually not paired together, but Los Angeles is always up for a challenge. Try out these quiet trails in the heart of the city. 

 

Vista Hermosa Natural Park

 

100 N Toluca St,

Los Angeles, CA 90026

 

At this park, you’ll find yourself enjoying a nice stroll along the many walking trails. It’s the perfect getaway from the hustle and bustle of city life in Los Angeles County. Please note: Cloth face coverings are required at all MRCA facilities. Many park amenities, like picnic tables and drinking fountains, are closed. 

 

Audi BH Tip: Please bring lots of water as drinking fountains are closed for the time being. 

 

Elysian Park Trail

 

Elysian Park Dr

Los Angeles, CA 90012

 

This 2.3 mile trail is popular among Los Angeles residents and provides a good walk for the whole. Have you done this trail before? Tell us in the comments below. 

 

Audi BH Tip: Bring a hat! There’s not much shade to be had. 

 

Let us know in the comments if you did any of the trails on this list or if you have your own trail to recommend!

 
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