A short, yet serene hike through a canyon that leads to a majestic waterfall surrounded by lush foliage offering plenty of shade along with beautiful rock formations.
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- Getting to the trailhead for Millard Falls is extremely painless and, if you arrive earlier in the day, parking is pretty ample. Heading from Los Angeles, you'll want to take the 134 East towards Pasadena and then merge onto the 210 West. Take the Lincoln Avenue exit and turn right at the light. When you reach West Loma Alta Drive and then a left onto Chaney Trail. In approximately 1.2 miles aheads, Millard Falls Trailhead / Chaney Trailhead parking lot will be down the hill on your left.
- NOTE: Parking is available along the street and in the parking lot at the foot of the hill.
- The trail to Millard Falls is incredibly straight forward without any drastic intersections.
- Head to the east side of the parking lot where you'll spot the dark wood sign directing you towards Millard Falls along Brown Mountain Truck Trail.
- A short distance ahead, you'll pass the small campsites clustered together under large, shady trees in Millard Trail Camp.
- Pass the campground following the dirt trail until you reach the start of the canyon and veer right following the stream.
- You'll come up to an eerie mine shaft built into the canyon wall if you want to take a quick peek within.
- Continue along the trail for the next 0.9 miles until you reach the waterfall.
- NOTE: If you're wanting to extend your hike even further, you can take the trail a few yards before the waterfall and head up the steep slope to get to Millard Mine. Keep in mind the mines are currently being shut down (as of June 2017) so don't expect to actually explore any of the mines. Though, if you're just wanting to extend your hike an extra 4 miles, it's definitely worth the trek through the canyons and stream crossings. When you reach the first set of signs with arrows (there will be two near each other), go downhill instead of uphill. Uphill will be the Sunset Ridge Trail and you'll want to take it on your way back. At the second arrow sign, follow the direction to the right crossing over the minor stream. Continue along this trail following the stream until you reach the canyon end with the reminisce of the historical mine shafts.