Verdugo Mountains - Verdugo Hills

The Verdugo Mountains, also referred to as the Verdugo Hills or the Verdugos, is a small mountain range located just south of the western San Gabriel Mountains in Los Angeles County. The highest peak is Verdugo Peak which stands at 3,126 feet. The range is approximately eight miles long and nearly 3.3 miles wide. The southern part of the range forms a portion of the northeastern boundary of the San Fernando Valley. The Verdugo Mountains are separated at their southeastern end from the San Rafael Hills by the Verdugo Wash.


Verdugo Mountain Open Space Preserve

The Verdugo Mountain Open Space Preserve is a beautiful 244-acre open space on the north side of the Verdugo Mountains in Glendale. The 14 square mile area is known for its more than 2,300 mature oak trees, sycamores, big leaf maples, extensive hiking trails, and dramatic views.


Deukmejian Wilderness Park

The 709 acre Deukmejian Wilderness Park is located in the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains at the far north end of Glendale. There are extensive trails with some offering excellent views of the Los Angeles basin and the Crescenta Valley. The massive wilderness park is bordered on the north , east, and west by the Angeles National Forest. Elevations range from 2,160 feet to 4,775 feet.


La Tuna Canyon Park

La Tuna Canyon Park is a 1,1 DO-acre natural park in Sun Valley and the Verdugo Mountains. The La Tuna Canyon Trail connects to the Backbone Road which offers thirteen miles of trails across most of the Verdugo Mountains. Majestic views of the San Gabriel Mountains, the San Fernando Valley and Downtown Los Angeles abound. The Grotto is a deep canyon within the park with steep sides, overhanging trees, a waterfall, and a small pool at the bottom. The Grotto is a popular hiking destination.


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