downtown L.A. viewed from the summit
the newly opened overlook park is in the upper left corner, with the label "bought in 2000". The existing, well-used Hahn park is on the upper right, with the labels, "bought in 1984".
map of the trails
blue eyed grass
a replanted hillside--with coastal sage
the hillside before being replanted
white sage and purple sage
stairs for the truly fit, they start at the bottom of the hill at Jefferson Blvd. and go up by 300 feet
Answer: all wonderful nature! Oh well, we can dream...
the plants list
a view east at the Kenneth Hahn State Park, which will one day connect with trails to this park
the picnic area, with a lone pine
the bird and city viewing platform
a cactus wren--an endangered bird
the geology of L.A.
inside the new visitor's center
a grove of cactus
looking west at Ballona Creek
caterpillar phacelia--blue flowers
at the rear of the parking lot is a trail that will one day lead to Kenneth Hahn State Park. It's to the right of the mini-dozer...
a little publicized trail that leads to the east, to the more civilized Kenneth Hahn park in the Baldwin Hills
Culver City's little league park, also called Bill Botts Field
looking down the steep trail that leads from the little league fields to the overlook park; there is an easier way, though, by simply walking to the right, past the greenhouse and the ranger building, and taking the paved road up to overlook park
Point Dume in Malibu in the distance