Walking Across the Arroyo Seco

Feb 24, 2011 by Lisa Newton

Yesterday, Travelin’ Local’s story mentioned the walking bridge that connects Sycamore Grove Park with the Ernest E. Debs Regional Park.

Connected by an unassuming bridge, it’s also the gateway to the 282 acres of open space nature reserve park along the Arroyo Seco.

Even though we’ve haven’t had the time yet to write about all of its weaving hiking trails, view its superlative native and migratory birds who call the Arroyo Seco home, or visit the multi-million dollar Audubon Nature and Science Center–all of which are part of Debs Park—we did cross the bridge to see what was on the other side.

I suppose that’s part of human nature, to be sure!

Correct, the photograph above is part of the Arroyo Seco, which at this point doesn’t look much like a river; but its streaming water is moving, and no doubt could a small kayak navigate downstream.

After crossing the bridge, the Arroyo Seco Bike Path is right in front of you.

And so too, is always this magnificent view of Los Angeles, albeit a bit shaded by the trees:

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