Map of bike paths / walking paths in the Greater Los Angeles area


Recreational trails for walking, running and cycling in Los Angeles

Los Angeles, California map area

Los Angeles, California

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Aliso Canyon Trail

Ballona Creek Bike Path

Chandler Bikeway

Coyote Creek Bikeway

Exposition Corridor Bike Path

Lake Balboa Park Trail

Limekin Canyon Trail

Los Angeles River Greenway

Marvin Braude Bike Trail

Mormon Canyon Trail

Orange Line Bike and Pedestrian Path

Rio Hondo River Trail

San Gabriel River Bike Trail

San Jose Creek Trail

Santa Anita Wash Trail

Santa Monica Ocean Front Walk

Tujunga Greenbelt Trail

Whittier Greenway

Whittier Narrows Park Trails



Huntington Beach

Inland Empire

Mission Viejo

San Clemente

Santa Clarita

Thousand Oaks

The Greater Los Angeles Metropolitan Area has numerous recreational trails for walking, bike riding, running and roller blading. There are lengthy paved trails that travel alongside river channels and go through multiple communities. There are bike paths along several of the beaches in the area. The regional parks in the area have walking and hiking trails.

Santa Anita Wash Trail, Rio Hondo Bike Path & Los Angeles River Trail

The Santa Anita Wash Trail, Rio Hondo Bike Path and the Los Angeles River Trail create a connected system of paved trails that extends for over 35 miles. The Santa Anita Wash Trail starts up against the foothills of the San Bernadino Mountains and goes through the City of Arcadia. The Rio Hondo Bike Path extends from El Monte to Pico Rivera. The Los Angeles River Trail extends from Downey to Long Beach. At long Long Beach you can connect to the trails at Catalina Landing and the Long Beach Path.

Los Angeles River Trail

The Los Angeles River Trail has two separate completed sections. The northwest section is 7.2-miles long and spans between the Griffith Park and Elysian Park. The southeast section is a 17-mile long paved pathway that follows the channel of the Los Angeles River from Long Beach to S. Atlantic Boulevard near Interstate 710.

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Rio Hondo River Trail

The Rio Hondo River Trail is a 17-mile long paved pathway that follows channel for the Rio Hondo from where it meets the Los Angeles River in Downey to Peck Road Park in El Monte. The trail goes past a number of local parks including the Whittier Narrows Recreation Area.

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San Gabriel River Bike Trail

The San Gabriel River Trail is a 38-mile long paved pathway that extends from the mouth of San Gabriel Canyon north of Covina to Seal Beach in Southern California. The trail travels along the banks of the San Gabriel River Channel through multiple cities to the east and south of Los Angeles.

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Following are links to official off-site resources to find out more details about the recreational trails located in Los Angeles, California.

Individual Maps for Recreational Trails in Southern California

Here is a list of links to the individual maps for specific recreational trails in Southern California.