From the desert to the mountains and to the sea, Trails LA County is the official trail guide to hundreds of miles of public multi-use trails across Los Angeles County. Featuring accurate, updated trail maps, Trails LA County shows you where you are on the trail and guides you along your journey.
Trails LA County includes maps of trails, maps of regional parks and open spaces, curated outings, beautiful photographs, succinct descriptions, and helpful information. Trails LA County will help you enjoy the beautiful trails and diverse landscapes offered throughout the County with confidence that you are on the right path!
Trails LA County was created by the Los Angeles County Department of Parks and Recreation in collaboration with the United States National Park Service, California State Parks, Mountains Recreation Conservation Authority, Mountains Restoration Trust, and the Catalina Island Conservancy.
- GPS shows where you are while out on the trail
- Accurate maps of more than 500 miles of public, multi-use trails
- Curated outings
- Beautiful landscape photography
- Pertinent trail use information
- Succinct trail descriptions
- Information about outdoor events
- Partner organization information
Please contact LA County Department of Parks and Recreation Trails Planning at email@example.com with any questions about Trails LA County.
- Added a reset password button to the Edit Profile screen
- Added a print button to the Document screen
- Fixed a number of bugs we hope you never saw :-)
Ratings and Reviews
Is this just the initial release?
There are so many trails unlabeled, hoping revisions are coming.
Developer Response ,
Yep, this is the first release and the data coverage will improve as more partner organizations are onboarded. We also have many exciting new features in the works, so stay tuned!
App is inaccurate
I go to temescal gateway park frequently, at least for this park this app is terrible. It doesn’t show that temescal canyon and temescal ridge trails connect. It’s a popular route. There’s a scenic point with no trail nearby on the app. It also misled me further up the canyon.
Angeles National Forest Trails???
Love the concept of this app, but it doesn’t have any trails in Angeles National Forest trails listed in “Explore”. Good for finding local trails in developed areas though.
Developer Response ,
Thanks for the feedback, Wolf1398! We're iteratively expanding data coverage in the LA area, so keep an eye out for more trails coming soon.
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