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Viewing Swan Rock and the Bridge to Nowhere is enjoyed along East Fork Trail, which begins adjacent to the East Fork Fire Station.

East Fork Trail begins adjacent to the East Fork Fire Station. From there you'll pass Swan Rock and the Bridge to Nowhere. This moderate to strenuous hike is 5.5 miles one way to the Narrows or a hefty 14 miles one way to Cabin Flat. If you are lucky you may glimpse a bighorn sheep. Since the trail generally follows the river and requires numerous crossings, check weather conditions before you leave. Wilderness permit (free) is required.

Directions: From Azusa, CA, Travel north on Highway 39 for about 12 miles, turn east (right) onto East Fork Road and travel 6 miles. Entry is from the East Fork Trailhead adjacent to East Fork Fire Station.

Elevation: 2,300 feet

Distance: 5.5 miles

Difficulty: Moderate/Strenuous

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Angeles National Forest, California

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