Hiking In LA During The Pandemic
Hiking in LA is something that many people like to do for both their physical and mental wellbeing. With the COVID-19 pandemic putting restrictions on what we can do in terms of exercise people have been feeling the impact on their health. As some restrictions look set to ease, for example golfing with a certain number of people, or enjoying sports with members of the same household, things are beginning to look up.
The Best Hiking in Los Angeles
One activity that it appears LA residents will be able to enjoy soon is hiking. LA has many beauty spots and is a favorite destination for those who love hiking and rambling in the hills. Hiking is great for people of all ages, will some routes more challenging for those who are fit and want to push themselves. There is also many gentle hiking trails for those who want to carry out light exercise during their allowed COVID-19 outings.
Some of the best hiking spots in Los Angeles include:
• The Charlie Turner Trail (Griffith Park)
• Runyon Canyon
• Coral Canyon (Malibu)
• Baldwin Hills (Culvar City)
• Portuguese Bend Reserve
• Echo Mountain (Altadena)
If you are out and about in LA during the Coronavirus lockdown be sure to call in at Naturewell Juice Bar Silverlake for a protein smoothie, refreshing cold-press juice or a vitamin C packed acai bowls. We are offering a takeout service to keep our customers and our staff safe.