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Los Angeles County County, CA

The Los Angeles River Trail (Greenway/Bike Path)

7.00 Miles
Location: In the City of Los Angeles in Los Angeles County, California—connecting approximately seven miles from the north side of Griffith Park at Riverside Drive (at Zoo Drive) along the Los Angeles River to Barclay Street in Elysian Valley, north of Downtown L
Type: Greenway
Urban Trail

Uses: Bicycling (on pavement)
Dogs - On leash
Fishing
Heritage and History
Roller/Inline Skating
Skateboarding
Wildlife Observation

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An important non-motorized route through the nation's second-largest urban region, the LA River Trail's bike path connects the region's largest open space—Griffith Park—to many communities, including Atwater Village, Los Feliz, Silver Lake, Glassell Park, Cypress Park, Elysian Valley, Lincoln Heights, and Downtown LA. The trail follows the river's unique Glendale Narrows stretch, offering opportunities to view riparian habitat and diverse bird species, stop at neighborhood parks, and appreciate the renowned artistic river gates....

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