Adventures

Hiking with a toddler in Los Angeles, CA.

Just 30 miles and 40 minutes from Los Angeles you can find the perfect place for a trip: The Claremont Hills Wilderness Park.

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You will enjoy a beautiful view, in a family and a hiking park.

Feel the spring air Woohoo !!! The rainy days have stopped and we can enjoy hiking with our son, who is almost two years old.

Since we are adventurous, we did not plan much. On just a day off, we grabbed the backpack with water, sunscreen, fruit, and snacks and went up to the mountain.  It was time to take our son to the biggest playground, the mountains.

There is nothing like enjoying nature. And, thank God this is something that is within reach here in California. What I love most about living here are the mountains. Wherever you go, you see them like huge skyscrapers and personally, I prefer them to skyscrapers.

On this impromptu trip, we went to The Claremont Hills Wilderness Park which is located at the start of the San Gabriel Mountains and the Angeles National Forest.

Because it had rained recently, we went through some small streams that were fun to cross. It reminded me a lot of my grandmother’s house in my country, Panama. She lives in the countryside. It is an earthly paradise and a blessing to be able to enjoy these little pleasures of mother nature.

The flowers accompanied us all the way, and we enjoyed making stops to greet them.

Many people were accompanied by their dogs. So, if you have a dog, don’t forget to take him/her for a walk too.

This park is a five-mile trail. However, we did 3 miles, because at the time we were not exercising. We went more to have the experience of enjoying an excursion with our son.

When we got to the middle of the road, we stopped to appreciate the great view and make a small playground while we relaxed and enjoyed the fresh air.

About the park:

As mentioned, the park offers a five-mile hiking trail.

Parking for the park is available at Mills Avenue and Mt. Baldy Road. The price varies between $5 on weekdays and $7 on weekends.

All visitors to the park are asked to comply with all the rules and precautions indicated at the beginning and end of the trail.

For schedule information and other details, you can go to the park page by clicking on the following link: Claremont Hills Wilderness Park.

Hola! I'm Nerys, Panamanian woman married with a prince charming and mom of a baby boy and two four-legged babies. I am a dual-language lifestyle blogger, sharing moments with the hope they can inspire happiness and empathy.

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