Distance (round-trip)

7.3 mi

Time

4 hrs

Elevation Gain

1292 ft

Season

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Weather

A 7.3 mile hike from the Pacific Palisades to a popular overlook in Topanga State Park. The first part of this hike – the Los Liones Trail – is one of the most lush riparian canyons I’ve seen in the Santa Monica Mountains. It’s gently graded, moderately shady, and definitely worth a look even if you have to fight crowds. Afterward, the trail meets up with the system of fire roads in Topanga State Park, and makes a relentless ascent to Parker Mesa (1525ft). On a clear day, you’ll get amazing views of the Santa Monica Bay, and often inland as far as the San Bernardino Mountains.

Parker Mesa is a popular overlook of the Pacific Coast in Topanga State Park, but most people reach it on fire roads from the Park’s western entrance. For a much better look at the varied landscapes inside Topanga State Park – and for a much more intense workout – this southern approach is a more interesting route.

The Los Liones Trail starts on Los Liones Drive in the Pacific Palisades at a clearly marked gate. This is a popular trail, but there’s plenty of free street parking, as well as two spillover lots near picnic areas and restrooms.

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The Los Liones Trail starts out inconspicuously enough, looking like just about any other coastal Southern California trail – but as the single-track route winds its way over several short hills and and through the scrub, it starts to take on a character all its own.

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Eventually, the trail gets shadier and incredibly lush. At parts, the entire canyon floor is covered in a carpet of ivy – it looks almost like kudzu – and I bet it’s an amazing place to hike during the spring blooms.

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The Los Liones Trail continues for 1.3 miles, gradually opening up to a small viewpoint at the junction with the East Topanga Fire Road.

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From here, you’ll probably be able to get some great views of the Santa Monica Bay, and perhaps even inland toward downtown, depending on the air quality.

Keep left at the junction to continue on the Fire Road, which now begins a long and seemingly arduous incline as it meanders north through the State Park. The gain is steady and steep in parts, but it’s manageable – about 600 feet in the next mile – and there are plenty of great views to go around. Still, I don’t know if I’d want to be doing this part of the trail on a hot summer day.

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This is the bulk of the trail, and since the terrain isn’t as varied as it was on the Los Liones Trail, it can seem a bit monotonous. If you want to add a bit of variety (and make the trail more strenuous), most of the small peaks and bumps do have use trails that march across the summits instead of avoiding them like the fire road.

Continue on the fire road until you reach a three-way junction at about 3.2 miles. Take the clearly marked fire road to Parker Mesa for another half mile as it heads west along a ridge. There are a few ups and downs here, but nothing too bad. You’ll also have some great views into the parks more rugged interior, but the main draw are the sights from Parker Mesa itself.

While the Mesa can seem crowded at times, you’ll always have something to look at in the distance. On this day, I could see from Santa Barbara Island all the way to the distant San Bernardinos. The day after a rain, the views would probably be even better.

When you’re done resting and soaking in the views, return back the way you came.

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Casey Schreiner Sep 11, 2017 21:09In reply to: Peach

Nope. Dogs aren't allowed in Topanga State Park.

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Peach Sep 6, 2017 00:09

Are dogs on a leash allowed on this trail?

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Vinscully411 Jan 22, 2017 05:01

Did the hike today. Fantastic! With a few scrambles and all the ups and downs, it ends up being about 1750 ft of climb. Also, I clocked it at 7.7 mi. Absolutely beautiful views and doesn't really give you the same vertigo feeling that some high hikes can because when you're in the interior of the canyon, the drops are often relatively small. One thing I will say---those first few switchbacks after the first bench (paseo miramar) are not easy!

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Casey Schreiner Aug 31, 2016 09:08In reply to: Lynzee Colclasure

There have not been any fires in this part of the Santa Monica Mountains lately. It'll be summer-brown, but fine!

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Lynzee Colclasure Aug 30, 2016 17:08

Has anyone does this hike recently? I am curious how it is with the terrible fires we have had...

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Casey Schreiner Mar 18, 2015 07:03In reply to: Nancy

Nancy, if you're worried about being by yourself, you'll most likely have plenty of company on this trail :) I say go for it!

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Nancy Mar 17, 2015 20:03

This trail looks really awesome! Would you recommend me to take this trail for my first solo hike? (I hike once a week with a friend, but never hiked solo)

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Kristina Dec 1, 2014 17:12

Two fun Vlogs we made while hiking here on Thanksgiving. With the added weight of blankets and food it was a killer workout!

Me, FancyFeaster:
https://www.tastemade.com/places/celebrating-on-los-liones-trail-pacific-palisades-ca/SUnE_N1mSeiwkxLryQ6uEg

Bria, BriGuy: https://www.tastemade.com/places/take-a-hike-on-los-leones-trail-pacific-palisades-ca/YKbofGftQhWiTs9FNilRBg

Enjoy!

~Kristina

p.s. It's funny, the signs spell the trail two different ways!

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Casey Schreiner Nov 7, 2014 10:11In reply to: Shannon

Yeah this is not the best hike to do on a hot sunny day unless you're going in the early morning or evening - it's full sun the whole way. And yes, the drought has not been kind to our plant life. The oaks that are usually turning gold and orange this time of year are just wilting their leaves and dropping them off. It's bad everywhere.

Give this trail another shot on a cool winter morning - or right after a rain storm. I guarantee it will feel like an entirely different trip!

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Casey Schreiner Nov 6, 2014 21:11In reply to: Shannon

Yeah this drought has been really tough on all our plant life. All the oaks that usually turn yellow and orange are just wilting their leaves and dropping them instead. Give this trail a go right after a winter rain and it'll be brand new to you!

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Shannon Nov 6, 2014 18:11

If you're taking the bus and ask the driver about Paseo Miramar, he/she will draw a blank--just get off at the layover that's right before Los Liones Dr.

For me, it was not a fun hike. As of unseasonably warm November 2014 (after years of drought), everything in the "lush riparian area" was stick-dead. The sun beat down on me as I climbed the fire trail. On a smoggy sunny day, find another trail with more cover or less brown vegetation (even Runyon Cyn is less desiccated).

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Daniel Sep 20, 2014 13:09

A really great hike, with fantastic views. If you are looking for a good leg workout, this is the one!

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Casey Schreiner Aug 13, 2014 09:08In reply to: Jon

Jon,

Unfortunately I can't give personalized hiking tips - there are just too many variables. That said, while you walk at 4 miles an hour, hiking is very different. You'll be going on steep inclines and often in full-sun. If you're going at a very steady, very brisk pace you'll usually end up with an average around 2.7-3 mph.

This trail is close to the coast so it tends to stay a bit cooler than inland locations, but if it's sunny out you're still going to feel it. If you're concerned about heat, avoid mid-day and go in the morning or late afternoon.

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Jon Aug 12, 2014 23:08

hey i wanna go on this hike, its mid august now, and its hot outdoors.
do u think i can do this full hike in under 3 hours? i mean i walked 4 miles in an hour. and this is only 7.2 miles..
what time of the day should i go?
and im looking for a partner to join with me on this one, anyone?
Thanks!

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Vick Jun 29, 2014 00:06

Did this hike with my kids today and just wanted to thank the author of this piece for giving me a great idea of what to expect.

As beginners or maybe intermediates, the steep parts of this hike are quite demanding. They get very steep and they will make your children whine, but the payoff is the great views and an almost entirely downhill return trip. Everyone had a feeling of accomplishment at the end.

We took a bird book with us and had an exciting positive I.D. of a California Thrasher with its very cool looking long, thin, downward bending beak, plus a few encounters with some pretty blue Scrub Jays.

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Casey Schreiner Jun 25, 2014 08:06In reply to: Mckenna Grace

Thank, McKenna. This trail is definitely one of my favorites - the views on clear days can be astounding!

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Mckenna Grace Jun 24, 2014 20:06

Thanks so much for all the info! LOVED this hike--the views were absolutely incredible. Loved your photos!

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David May 21, 2014 16:05

This is a great hike that I did several times... before I got a dog. Now I can't go back. Oh woe!

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TASHA Jan 6, 2013 10:01

This lovely hike reminds me of the Calanques hikes near Marseilles, Aix-en-Provence, France. The views are spectacular and the it's a great distance, a little over 7 miles! There are no private beaches like the Calangues, but it is an amazing hike. I've done this hike on and off for 15 years, one of the best in Southern California.

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Ady Jun 10, 2012 16:06

I dont know what mistake we made but ended up hiking closer to 10 miles. That said, one of the most beautiful hikes I've done in the LA area. Cheers!

Here are the stats: http://runkeeper.com/user/adysan/activity/94003188?&channel=web.activity.shared.facebook.manual

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Top 5 Los Angeles Hikes Jun 4, 2012 07:06

[...] Topanga State Park Trek – If you like a little less foot traffic on your trail but still like company, the Los Liones hike is a moderately challenging, switchback trail. Take a rest at the bench before heading to the Parker Mesa Overlook.  With a 1,300 foot elevation gain, the sweeping Santa Monica Bay views make all the huff and puff worth it. [...]

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LA Intercampus Postdoc Hike, May 5, 4-9 PM, Topanga State Park « uscpda Apr 25, 2012 22:04

[...] info: https://modernhiker.com/2010/01/04/hiking-los-liones-trail-to-parker-mesa/ http://g.co/maps/ksjmv http://www.everytrail.com/guide/los-liones-trail-to-parker-mesa Share [...]

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Los Liones Trail « Ms. Levon Traveling Feb 8, 2012 04:02

[...] a marvelous hike this was! This is now one of my favorite places in la la land. You can see LA, Palos Verdes & Catalina Island at the same [...]

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Los Liones Trail « Ms. Levon Traveling Feb 8, 2012 04:02

[...] a marvelous hike this was! This is now one of my favorite places in la la land. You can see LA, Palos Verdes & Catalina Island at the same [...]

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Min Jan 5, 2012 00:01

Thank you for your review! I thought I had reached the end when I got to the first viewpoint. Luckily, I found your site on my phone and took the fire road to the very top, which was AMAZING! A country mix with Johnny Cash and Ryan Adams was a perfect soundtrack to the hike.

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Ethan Dec 8, 2011 17:12

Hiked this trail last weekend. Great trail that depending on your pace is a fun long morning out, or a blistering work-out. Biggest recommendation - get on the trail early. At 8:15 am on the way up the trail was blissfully peaceful and I encountered only a handful of other people. By 10am on my way back down the trail was a lot busier, and now filled with both bikers (on the fire road) and lots of little kids (mostly doing the Los Liones -> fire road and back loop).

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Parker Mesa Overlook Trail | Los Angeles | Hikespeak.com Nov 8, 2011 04:11

[...] Parker Mesa Overlook on mho.dev [...]

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Los Liones Trail | Nobody Hikes in L.A. Sep 16, 2011 08:09

[...] information: here (trip report to Parker Mesa Overlook); Everytrail report [...]

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Chris Taylor Aug 26, 2011 13:08

Great looking hike. We plan to go there tomorrow. Thanks for the GPX file!

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LAist Does a Park a Day | Modern Hiker Jul 6, 2011 13:07

[...] if you’re interested in hiking in some of the mentioned parks, check out my write ups for the Los Liones and Temescal Peak / Eagle Rock trails in Topanga or my recent firebreak route in Placerita [...]

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Hiking Date « How To Meet Women in College Jul 2, 2011 12:07

[...] Los Liones in Los Angeles, CA (specifically Santa Monica) [...]

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Hiking in Pacific Palisades | Miss Traffic Jun 30, 2011 15:06

[...] for a good hiking trail? My vote goes to Los Liones Trail in Pacific Palisades;  a moderate to difficult hike with a rewarding lookout point. The 7 mile [...]

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Best Hike EVER!! « Sarah, Not So Plain and Tall: An Adventure in High Heels May 28, 2011 14:05

[...] check out this link for more information: https://modernhiker.com/2010/01/04/hiking-los-liones-trail-to-parker-mesa/ [...]

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Kevin Apr 16, 2011 21:04

Hiked this today, April 16, 2011. I enjoyed the pre-fire road portion more because it was a bit hot but the whole hike was cool, great views as it was pretty clear. Was a bit crowded, but what can you expect on sat afternoon. This is only my second hike in the LA area, I enjoyed Echo Mtn + Inspiration Point more, but this one was pretty cool.

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Akshai Runchal Feb 14, 2011 09:02

Hikes it yesterday (13 Feb 2011) but with a variation. Started off with a detour to the left from the main trail that has a steep but much shorter climb to the Parker Mesa. This way, it is a punishing hike but much quieter and better cardio. Saw a couple of rattlers on the trail that made it more interesting - both big ones; one must have been longer than 3 feet and 2 to 3 inch diameter. I have hiked the Santa Monica's for more than 30 years and this was my first time in Los Liones. I ahve hiked many of the trails in the vicinity but a friend introduced me to this one. Truly amazing and thoroughly enjoyable. Highly recommended if you have 3 to 4 hours - and the day is nice.

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Emilio Feb 7, 2011 11:02

Hey everyone, this hike is featured in the latest Norm's restaurant tv commercial. Check it out on their website. www.normsrestaurants.com

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Modern Hiker Feb 7, 2011 10:02In reply to: CW

CW - welcome to the world of Los Angeles Hiking! :)

Soon, you'll be setting your alarm for much earlier weekend times than you EVER thought you'd be doing. Some of those trails can get pretty crowded, but they're still worth the effort. Try re-hiking Los Liones right after a rain, or when we've had a little cool weather spell - should help clear up some of that haze for you!

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CW Feb 6, 2011 17:02

Long time reader, first time commentator.

I hiked (and ran portions of) this trail this morning in just under three hours. It was the first time I have hiked since moving to LA and I enjoyed it, especially the first half. The climb up the fire roads was harder that I expected and yes, monotonous! It was a great workout though. Coming down I missed the turn back to the Los Liones trail and started down another trail that goes next to some houses, but I knew I was lost pretty quickly, back-tracked, and found the trail.

Sadly it was very hazy, so the views left something to be desired. It was very crowded too; I started at 8:20am and one the way down the Los Liones portion, I often had to step aside to let those coming up the trail pass, including people with dogs, which as you noted, are not supposed to be on this part of the trail. I'll do it again, but will try to start even earlier in the morning.

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Lanette Jan 8, 2011 11:01

I'll give them a call to see if they have maps for the fireroad trails. Thank you for the additional information.

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Modern Hiker Jan 8, 2011 10:01In reply to: Lanette

Lanette, dogs are allowed ON LEASH ONLY and only on the fire road trails in Topanga State Park. So you wouldn't be able to take your canine friend on the Los Liones Trail, but you could hike the fire road to Parker Mesa. Here's the number for the Topanga Info center: 310-455-2465

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Lanette Jan 7, 2011 22:01

Is this a dog friendly park?

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A Dec 26, 2010 22:12

Trails are great even after the rain. Only several wet spots.

Thank you Modern Hiker for this recommendation.

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Drew Dec 24, 2010 20:12

Does anyone knows how the trails are after all the rain we have had?

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All of LA at My Feet… Dec 18, 2010 07:12

[...] Just as Casey described, the trail began in a shady riparian canyon.  Even though it hadn’t yet warmed up significantly, the day threatened to be a toasty one, so the cool shade was welcome.  Any good hike with other people will involve interesting discussion, and this was no exception.  The topics ran the gamut from what to do next in life to how states got their shapes to Disney deaths.  (This trivia buff was delighted that one of my new hiking companions knew the legend of Disney removing bodies from the property so that they could say no one has ever died at a Disney park.) [...]

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Tom L Nov 2, 2010 12:11

I hiked it today for the first time -- gorgeous weather and view. Very easy to park and follow the trail. I'll do it again.

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El Niño Oct 10, 2010 18:10

Awesome hike. Really easy and manageable. The perfect Sunday afternoon getaway !
Thank you so much for posting all this priceless information to enable city dwellers to regain a bit of sanity...

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A Tale of Two Trails: Sunset over Parker Mesa » the wanderkind Jun 9, 2010 01:06

[...] If you’re ready for the workout, then I recommend this trail, which offers a quicker route to Parker Mesa.  On the way down, take the fire road back until you reach a crossroads, then be sure to take the milder Los Liones trail back to your car.  (If you stay on the fire road, you’ll end up at the trailhead to Paseo Miramar.)  Los Liones is best done with plenty of daylight, as much of the paths are shaded with thick trees and brush.  Caroline has a review of the ass-kicker on her site, and Modern Hiker offers great maps of the tamer Los Liones trail. [...]

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brian May 24, 2010 07:05

Hiked this trail for the second time this year. This time we recorded our time, which was 2 hours 18 mintues. This is a great spot for the occasional hiker as it's close to town and not very difficult. One bottle of water will do it for an 60 some degree day.

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Dave May 23, 2010 16:05

This is an excellent little hike which I've come back to a few times due to the moderate elevation gain coupled with a convenient location. Get there early because it's a crowded trail.

Great writeup, and thanks for maintaining such an awesome website.

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Seeing the Chaparral for Earth Day – The Getty Iris Apr 22, 2010 06:04

[...] near the Getty, such as the Getty View Trailhead just north of the Center on Sepulveda and the Los Liones Canyon Trail in Topanga State Park east of the Villa off Sunset, offer a journey through the chaparral’s [...]

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Chris Jan 23, 2010 16:01

This was a great hike, and highly recommended after a rainy day (or week). The trail wasn't very busy, and the view was inspiring. Thanks for a great post and blog, looking forward to doing The Bridge To Nowhere soon.

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L.A.’s Best Post-Rain Hikes | Modern Hiker Jan 22, 2010 09:01

[...] Topanga State Park is a great place to hike after the rain. Parker Mesa will give you sweeping views of West L.A. and the Santa Monica Bay, while Eagle Rock and Temescal [...]

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Tyler Jan 7, 2010 13:01

Did this hike yesterday in the late afternoon and almost had the place to myself. Upside to going this late is I got some amazing views of the sunset. Downside is I had to hike 20 minutes back in the twilight/dark.

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Brian Jan 5, 2010 13:01

Looks like a great hike. Great job on the pictures, just absolutely beautiful.

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Modern Hiker Jan 5, 2010 10:01In reply to: Andy M

Andy,

I'll probably start posting stuff to EveryTrail again. I like their site a lot and the community is great - it's just a bit tedious for me to reinput all of the same information in a different format. Everything you need to hike is all here already, though!

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Andy M Jan 4, 2010 20:01

Not going to post this one on Everytrail?

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Flavia Jan 4, 2010 15:01

Awesome review! It's my favorite hike to do too and a great "get back in shape" hike. It's a hard one when you're too out of shape; but all it takes a couple of weeks going there maybe 3 times total. Also, each time I go I see something different. My favorite is going in late Spring/ Summer at the end of the afternoon and frequently seeing the quail families with their chicks, but that's mostly up above near the fire road.

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