2.36 miles

Elevation Gain

472 ft

Route Type



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Wild Mustard Loop, located in Los Angeles, California, is a well-known hiking trail that offers a unique blend of city and nature views. The trail spans approximately 2.36 miles and is rated as moderate in difficulty, making it suitable for hikers of varying skill levels. The trail's elevation gain is around 472 feet, providing a moderate workout for those who tackle it. The trail is known for its panoramic views of the Santa Monica Mountains and the Pacific Ocean. It also features a variety of flora and fauna, including the trail's namesake, wild mustard plants. These plants bloom in the spring, painting the trail in vibrant shades of yellow. Hikers should note that the trail can be steep and rocky in parts, so sturdy footwear is recommended. The trail is also exposed, so sun protection is essential. Despite these challenges, the Wild Mustard Loop offers a rewarding hike with stunning views, making it a must-visit for those in the Los Angeles area.
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