Anza Trail Blog

Tag = Los Angeles County

Los Angeles Event Helps Anza Trail Reach its Centennial Goals

Tagged as:   California , Los Angeles County , Recreation Trail , youth

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti certified 30 miles of the Los Angeles River Greenway as an official component of the Anza Trail… Read more »

5th Annual Anza Days Coming to Mission San Gabriel March 15

Tagged as:   California , Historic Sites , Los Angeles County , Missions , Volunteers , living history

Presents the th Anza Days at Mission San Gabriel Sunday, March 15, 201510AM - 3PM San Gabriel Mission 428 South Mission Drive San… Read more »

An Appreciation: Luis Lopez

Tagged as:   Los Angeles County , Volunteers

Luis Lopez, one of our members, who portrayed Anza at San Gabriel Mission events, passed away in June. The re-enacting community was… Read more »

Experiencing Los Angeles and the Walk of the Pobladores

Tagged as:   California , Historic Sites , Los Angeles County

As a park ranger I’ve really become an enthusiast for long walks, and I mean all sorts of long treks, from hiking… Read more »

Anza Trail Walk in the Southland

Tagged as:   California , Historic Sites , Los Angeles County , Recreation Trail , hiking

Hike the Anza Trail through the Whittier Narrows to Old Mission San Gabriel In sprawling East Los Angeles County, nature, history, and… Read more »

South Pasadena Woman's Love of History Brings New Anza Trail Exhibit to San Gabriel

Tagged as:   California , Historic Sites , Los Angeles County , Volunteers

On Saturday, April 5, 2014, at 1PM, youth participating in the San Gabriel Mission's annual mission model contest will take a break… Read more »

Friends of Griffith Park Debuts Anza Trail Map

Tagged as:   Los Angeles County , hiking

This August, Friends of Griffith Park developed a new resource to commemorate the park’s special place along the Anza Trail.  A new… Read more »

Hike the Anza Trail in Calabasas

Tagged as:   California , Los Angeles County , Recreation Trail , hiking

The Anza Expedition camped at a site Anza called Agua Escondida (hidden water) on February 22, 1776. The historic campsite was located… Read more »