Sturtevant Falls

Angeles National Forest / Arcadia, California, USA

About Sturtevant Falls


Hiking Distance: 3.2+ miles round trip (depending on parking)
Suggested Time: 2 hours

Date first visited: 2001-06-10
Date last visited: 2019-05-27

Waterfall Latitude: 34.21156
Waterfall Longitude: -118.01972

Sturtevant Falls was one of the more attractive waterfalls in the Southern California area.

The moss and algae growing on the cliff where its waters ran added lovely colors to this pleasant 50ft waterfall.

Sturtevant_Falls_073_05272019 - Sturtevant Falls was a very popular place
Sturtevant Falls was a very popular place

We also liked this waterfall enough to give it a spot on our Top 10 List of Best Southern California Waterfalls.

However, we also noticed that this waterfall was an extremely popular attraction so that came with its share of headaches.

That popularity probably had a lot to do with its location in Big Santa Anita Canyon in the foothills of the Angeles National Forest.

After all, that was where the urban sprawl sat right up against these foothills at Sierra Madre (just north of the suburb of Arcadia).

Parking Difficulties at Sturtevant Falls

Sturtevant_Falls_019_05272019 - The parking situation as I was walking closer to the Chantry Flat Fire Road gate.  A lot of cars parked on the left side in this picture wound up getting citations
The parking situation as I was walking closer to the Chantry Flat Fire Road gate. A lot of cars parked on the left side in this picture wound up getting citations

On our most recent visits here, we ended up having a difficult time finding parking that was reasonably close to the trailhead at Chantry Flat (see directions below).

Typically under these circumstances, we would eventually find parking at a suitable pullout further down the winding mountain.

Of course, we’d do this after securing a day pass beforehand or at the pack station at Chantry Flat.

Thus, we could wind up walking an additional 1/4- or even more than a mile in each direction just to get started!

Sturtevant_Falls_111_03012009 - Even back in March 2009, the parking situation was such that people were willing to take chances with getting tickets by parking onto the Chantry Flat Road itself
Even back in March 2009, the parking situation was such that people were willing to take chances with getting tickets by parking onto the Chantry Flat Road itself

Therefore, what was supposed to be a roughly 3.2-mile round trip hike could turn out to be closer to 4 or even 5 miles round trip!

Indeed, it seemed that the parking situation continued to get worse over the years.

That said, the authorities here seemed to be very keen on writing tickets for not parking behind the white lines or not having permits displayed.

Sturtevant Falls Trail Description

Once we made it to the trailhead at the the Chantry Flat Fire Road gate, we walked downhill along the hot, exposed-to-the-sun, paved road.

Sturtevant_Falls_020_05272019 - Lots of activity at the Chantry Flat gate, which was where the hike to Sturtevant Falls began
Lots of activity at the Chantry Flat gate, which was where the hike to Sturtevant Falls began

It led right down to creek level in the depths of Big Santa Anita Canyon.

Notice I said downhill, which meant this trail was kind of an upside-down hike.

Thus, we knew that we were going to have to climb back up this paved stretch at the end of our Sturtevant Falls excursion.

Along this descent, right at the second significant bend, there was a trail junction leading away from the pavement on a narrower trail towards Hermit Falls.

Sturtevant_Falls_13_011_04072013 - We saw cabins like this one along much of the Sturtevant Falls Trail
We saw cabins like this one along much of the Sturtevant Falls Trail

We have a separate write-up for that waterfall, and we’ll not get into that on this page.

Once at the base of the descent, the pavement gave way to a well-established, forest-shaded dirt trail.

Idyllic cabins built before the area was designated Forest Service land flanked the wide and busy foot trail.

Many of these cabins looked like they were still in use (even actively inhabited).

Sturtevant_Falls_039_05272019 - Lots of man-made dams yielding fake waterfalls on the way to Sturtevant Falls
Lots of man-made dams yielding fake waterfalls on the way to Sturtevant Falls

In fact, many of the cabins appeared to have been renovated or well kept.

I even remembered smelling burning wood as apparently one of those cabins was cooking up something over a wood fire.

Along the creek, we found several man-made dams, which I suspected were either for small scale hydroelectricity for the cabins, flood control, or some kind of water diversion.

I wasn’t sure.

Sturtevant_Falls_050_05272019 - Approaching Fiddler's Crossing en route to Sturtevant Falls
Approaching Fiddler’s Crossing en route to Sturtevant Falls

After we reached a series of conspicuous cabins next to the trail (one of which was called Bombadil’s Castle, whose name I’d imagine came from the Lord of the Rings books), we then crossed what was known as Fiddler’s Crossing.

That was the first of three fairly straight-forward stream crossings.

In high flow, it might require some nifty boulder hopping (hiking sticks would be good for balance) to keep the shoes from getting soaked.

After traversing the last crossing, we made it to the base of the attractive (especially by Southern California standards) Sturtevant Falls.

Sturtevant_Falls_059_05272019 - One of many creek crossings that we had to negotiate to reach the base of Sturtevant Falls
One of many creek crossings that we had to negotiate to reach the base of Sturtevant Falls

To get right in front of the waterfall for a direct look at it, we crossed the creek one more time.

And like most waterfalls in the Southern California area, the popularity of the falls made us share it with at least 20 to 30 people at a time.

I suppose since we came on weekends (once on a Memorial Day Monday), this shouldn’t have been surprising.

Therefore, I’d imagine it would be much quieter on weekdays.

Sturtevant_Falls_13_063_04072013 - Sturtevant Falls was a very popular place
Sturtevant Falls was a very popular place

Nonetheless, we still found it somewhat hard to believe that such a getaway could be so close to the city.

Indeed, we found it to be a great way to get good exercise, scenery, and a revitalization of mind and body.

Authorities

Sturtevant Falls resides in the Angeles National Forest near Arcadia in Los Angeles County, California. It is administered by the USDA Forest Service. For information or inquiries about the area as well as current conditions, visit their website or Facebook page.

Sturtevant_Falls_001_05272019 - On our Memorial Day 2019 visit to Sturtevant Falls, the parking situation was so bad that I actually had to park maybe close to a mile down the mountain from Chantry Flat
Sturtevant_Falls_002_05272019 - Looking towards the mouth of Big Santa Anita Canyon during our Memorial Day 2019 visit to Sturtevant Falls, but I was still walking up the road so we hadn't even gotten started yet
Sturtevant_Falls_006_05272019 - Continuing to walk up the road towards Chantry Flat en route to the Sturtevant Falls Trailhead on our Memorial Day 2019 visit
Sturtevant_Falls_008_05272019 - Looking ahead at a bit of a traffic jam on the road to Chantry Flat as I'm sure it was highly competitive to score a parking spot up there during our Memorial Day 2019 visit
Sturtevant_Falls_009_05272019 - Looking back at the tight parking situation even further down the forest service road to Chantry Flat on our Memorial Day 2019 visit to Sturtevant Falls
Sturtevant_Falls_010_05272019 - Still more crazy parking situation going on as I hiked up the Forest Service Road en route to Chantry Flat during our Memorial Day 2019 visit to Sturtevant Falls
Sturtevant_Falls_016_05272019 - I wasn't along as there were lots of other people hiking up the Forest Service Road to Chantry Flat just to even start the hike to Sturtevant Falls on Memorial Day 2019
Sturtevant_Falls_021_05272019 - Descending the Chantry Flat Road as the crew started the Memorial Day 2019 hike to Sturtevant Falls
Sturtevant_Falls_024_05272019 - On our Memorial Day 2019 hike to Sturtevant Falls, someone managed to park their car down the Chantry Flat Road
Sturtevant_Falls_026_05272019 - Looking upstream at the first of a series of man-made dams. Many people here didn't realize that there was a bridge that bypassed the concrete ford so you didn't need to get your feet wet here.  This photo was taken during our Memorial Day 2019 visit
Sturtevant_Falls_027_05272019 - At the bottom of the descent, there was this easy-to-miss footbridge that allowed us to avoid having to cross the first concrete ford, which for sure would wet shoes when there's a lot of water like it was in Memorial Day 2019
Sturtevant_Falls_028_05272019 - A small clearing at the other side of the footbridge en route to Sturtevant Falls in Memorial Day 2019. At this clearing was an outhouse as well as a trail junction for longer uphill trails leading to Mt Wilson as well as Chantry Flat via the long way
Sturtevant_Falls_035_05272019 - The Sturtevant Falls Trail passed by several cabins like this one as seen during our Memorial Day 2019 hike
Sturtevant_Falls_036_05272019 - Looking towards one of the cabins alongside the Sturtevant Falls Trail during our Memorial Day 2019 visit
Sturtevant_Falls_037_05272019 - Approaching another one of the man-made dams backed by some cabins along the Sturtevant Falls Trail as seen during our Memorial Day 2019 visit
Sturtevant_Falls_042_05272019 - The crew approaching another one of the cabins along the Sturtevant Falls Trail as seen on our Memorial Day 2019 visit
Sturtevant_Falls_043_05272019 - The crew continuing along the Sturtevant Falls Trail beneath the steep walls of Big Santa Anita Canyon during our Memorial Day 2019 visit
Sturtevant_Falls_044_05272019 - The crew passing by more cabins alongside the Sturtevant Falls Trail during our Memorial Day 2019 visit
Sturtevant_Falls_047_05272019 - Passing by yet another one of the cabins seen along the Sturtevant Falls Trail on our Memorial Day 2019 visit
Sturtevant_Falls_048_05272019 - On our Memorial Day 2019 visit to Sturtevant Falls, I noticed this trail junction for the Gabrielino Trail, which we didn't take, but it did make me curious what those hikes would be like
Sturtevant_Falls_051_05272019 - This stream crossing is what I believe to be known as the Fiddler's Crossing. This was how we saw it in Memorial Day 2019
Sturtevant_Falls_052_05272019 - The creek crossings became more frequent as the Big Santa Anita Canyon closed in even more after Fiddler's Crossing as seen during our Memorial Day 2019 visit
Sturtevant_Falls_054_05272019 - Another one of the stream crossings en route to Sturtevant Falls on our Memorial Day 2019 visit. This one had quite a bit of people trying to figure out how to stay dry while doing the crossing
Sturtevant_Falls_063_05272019 - Finally approaching the base of Sturtevant Falls on our late May 2019 visit
Sturtevant_Falls_070_05272019 - Context of people gathered around the plunge pool beneath Sturtevant Falls on a very busy Memorial Day 2019 visit
Sturtevant_Falls_081_05272019 - Contextual and long exposure view of Sturtevant Falls in high flow on Memorial Day 2019
Sturtevant_Falls_099_05272019 - Looking back at Sturtevant Falls when we were leaving our Memorial 2019 visit.  This shows you just how busy it can get here.
Sturtevant_Falls_101_05272019 - The crew crossing the creek as we were heading back from Sturtevant Falls to the Chantry Flat Trailhead area at the conclusion of our Memorial Day 2019 visit
Sturtevant_Falls_104_05272019 - Looking downstream over this manmade dam on our way back from Sturtevant Falls during our hike in Memorial Day 2019
Sturtevant_Falls_111_05272019 - Nice calm reflective pool held up by one of the man-made dams along the Sturtevant Falls Trail as seen on our return hike in Memorial Day 2019
Sturtevant_Falls_114_05272019 - The crew returning along the Sturtevant Falls Trail at the foot of the Big Santa Anita Canyon walls during our Memorial Day 2019 visit
Sturtevant_Falls_117_05272019 - Making it back to the clearing at the bottom of the Chantry Flat Fire Road as we were about to make the final ascent to the trailhead to end our Memorial Day 2019 visit
Sturtevant_Falls_120_05272019 - Looking back down at the Chantry Flat Fire Road that we had to ascend after getting close to Chantry Flat on the return to end our late May 2019 visit
Sturtevant_Falls_124_05272019 - Ascending the Chantry Flat Fire Road back up to the Chantry Flat Trailhead area at the end of our Sturtevant Falls hike on Memorial Day 2019
Sturtevant_Falls_125_05272019 - Finally back at Chantry Flat to end our Sturtevant Falls experience on Memorial Day 2019
Sturtevant_Falls_129_05272019 - We had friends who were parked in the paid lot at Chantry Flat so they offered to give us a ride to our parked car way down the mountain. I guess that was one benefit to hiking in a large group at Sturtevant Falls on Memorial Day
Sturtevant_Falls_15_003_01182015 - Context of the Forest Service Road leading up to Chantry Flat while looking in the distance towards the LA Basin as I hiked up to Chantry Flat to start the hike to Sturtevant Falls in January 2015
Sturtevant_Falls_15_004_01182015 - It always amazes me how many people show up for Sturtevant Falls on weekends, even as early as January 2015
Sturtevant_Falls_15_007_01182015 - Now it's time to make the steep descent down the Chantry Flat Fire Road as seen in January 2015. This was Tahia's first time doing this hike with us carrying her
Sturtevant_Falls_15_009_01182015 - Looking down into Big Santa Anita Canyon while hiking towards Sturtevant Falls in January 2015
Sturtevant_Falls_15_010_01182015 - The family approaching the footbridge at the bottom of the descent from Chantry Flat during our Sturtevant Falls hike in January 2015
Sturtevant_Falls_15_017_01182015 - Looking over a calm and reflective part of the creek along the Sturtevant Falls Trail during our January 2015 visit
Sturtevant_Falls_15_019_01182015 - Context of the family hiking past some of the cabins alongside the Sturtevant Falls Trail in January 2015
Sturtevant_Falls_15_032_01182015 - The family going past what was once labeled Bombadil's Castle along the Sturtevant Falls hike in January 2015
Sturtevant_Falls_15_035_01182015 - The family going across one of the creek crossings en route to Sturtevant Falls in January 2015
Sturtevant_Falls_15_042_01182015 - Looking directly at Sturtevant Falls in low flow during our January 2015 visit
Sturtevant_Falls_15_053_01182015 - The busy weekend scene at the Sturtevant Falls during our January 2015 visit despite the waterfall's low flow on this day
Sturtevant_Falls_15_102_01182015 - Looking up at Sturtevant Falls from the edge of its plunge pool during our January 2015 visit
Sturtevant_Falls_15_117_01182015 - Looking back at the base of Sturtevant Falls and the very busy scene as we were about to leave on our January 2015 visit
Sturtevant_Falls_15_119_01182015 - The family stream crossing on the way back from Sturtevant Falls in January 2015. This was one of the few spots where we assisted Tahia in getting across
Sturtevant_Falls_15_121_01182015 - The family continuing on the return hike from Sturtevant Falls on our January 2015 visit
Sturtevant_Falls_15_122_01182015 - The family still returning along the Sturtevant Falls Trail to wrap up our January 2015 visit
Sturtevant_Falls_15_132_01182015 - Looking up into Big Santa Anita Canyon while road walking around the Chantry Flat area on our way back to the car to end our Sturtevant Falls hike in January 2015
Sturtevant_Falls_15_133_01182015 - The family walking back along the Forest Service Road to recover our parked car, which was way down the mountain during our Sturtevant Falls hike in January 2015
Sturtevant_Falls_15_134_01182015 - Still hiking along the Forest Service Road to recover our parked car to end the Sturtevant Falls hike in January 2015
Sturtevant_Falls_13_002_04072013 - That's me hiking while carrying Tahia as we descended the Chantry Flat Fire Road en route to Sturtevant Falls on our April 2013 hike
Sturtevant_Falls_13_006_04072013 - In order to save my knees, I brought trekking poles on this April 2013 visit to Sturtevant Falls since I was carrying Tahia on my hips with this frame backpack
Sturtevant_Falls_13_010_04072013 - Beyond the end of the pavement and on the dirt trail to Sturtevant Falls during our April 2013 visit
Sturtevant_Falls_13_011_04072013 - Looking back at one of the cabins alongside the Sturtevant Falls hike in April 2013
Sturtevant_Falls_13_013_04072013 - Lots of cabins along the Sturtevant Falls Trail in April 2013
Sturtevant_Falls_13_014_04072013 - Looking towards some other cabins and steps as seen along the Sturtevant Falls hike in April 2013
Sturtevant_Falls_13_029_04072013 - Passing by a conspicuous cabin that said Bombadil's Castle on it during our April 2013 hike to Sturtevant Falls. I'd imagine that was a reference to the Lord of the Rings books.  Just beyond this series of cabins was Fiddler's Crossing, which was the first of three stream crossings before the falls.
Sturtevant_Falls_13_034_04072013 - The trekking poles were helpful to maintain balance while carrying precious cargo on these stream crossings en route to Sturtevant Falls in April 2013
Sturtevant_Falls_13_049_04072013 - Back at the familiar Sturtevant Falls in April 2013 where we shared this place with many other people on this day
Sturtevant_Falls_13_055_04072013 - Direct view of the attractive Sturtevant Falls in April 2013
Sturtevant_Falls_13_059_04072013 - Another look up at the Sturtevant Falls in its April 2013 state
Sturtevant_Falls_001_03012009 - Finally arrived at the main parking lot and the Chantry Flat Fire Road (not pictured to the right) as we were about to start our March 2009 hike to Sturtevant Falls
Sturtevant_Falls_014_03012009 - It didn't take long before we reached the bottom of the descent from Chantry Flat and saw this manmade dam during our March 2009 hike to Sturtevant Falls
Sturtevant_Falls_025_03012009 - Another one of the manmade dams along the Sturtevant Falls Trail as seen in March 2009
Sturtevant_Falls_028_03012009 - Looking across the bouldery creek towards one of the cabins seen from the Sturtevant Falls hike as of March 2009
Sturtevant_Falls_030_03012009 - Looking across another one of the man-made dams along the Sturtevant Falls hike as seen on our visit in March 2009
Sturtevant_Falls_033_03012009 - One of a few signs with wise sayings on them along the Sturtevant Falls hike in March 2009
Sturtevant_Falls_036_03012009 - Looking towards lots of cabins along the Sturtevant Falls Trail as seen in March 2009
Sturtevant_Falls_039_03012009 - The busy weekend scene at the Sturtevant Falls in March 2009
Sturtevant_Falls_044_03012009 - Profile view of Sturtevant Falls in March 2009
Sturtevant_Falls_057_03012009 - A less angled view of Sturtevant Falls in March 2009 from the fringes of its plunge pool
Sturtevant_Falls_065_03012009 - Frontal view of Sturtevant Falls as seen in March 2009
Sturtevant_Falls_079_03012009 - Another frontal look right across from the plunge pool of Sturtevant Falls as we saw it in March 2009
Sturtevant_Falls_100_03012009 - View of Sturtevant Falls from further downstream in March 2009
Sturtevant_Falls_103_03012009 - The hot paved Chantry Flat Fire Road that we now had to ascend at the end of the Sturtevant Falls hike in March 2009
Sturtevant_Falls_105_03012009 - Contextual look back at the lower parts of the Chantry Flat Fire Road as of March 2009
Sturtevant_Falls_126_03012009 - Walking back down the Forest Service Road from Chantry Flat as we had to park a bit down the mountain even after the conclusion of our Sturtevant Falls hike in March 2009
Sturtevant_Falls_002_scanned_06102001 - Looking up towards the top of Sturtevant Falls from back on our first visit here in June 2001

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The Sturtevant Falls hike began at the Chantry Flat Fire Road.

To arrive at the Chantry Flat Fire Road trailhead from say downtown Los Angeles, we’d drive north to the 210 Freeway, then take the 210 Freeway east and exit Santa Anita Ave (in Arcadia) heading north.

We’d take this road all the way into the foothills to the end of the road where there’s a parking lot, pack station, and the start of the trail itself.

We had to display a Forest Adventure Pass on our parked vehicle since it’s on National Forest land.

Indeed, given the popularity of this place, we actually witnessed a ranger actively patrolling and writing up tickets for violators who failed to display a pass (something we had rarely seen until we did this trail).

Hermit_Falls_001_04252010 - The person in the yellow jacket up ahead in this photo happened to be someone writing tickets for illegally parked vehicles downhill from Chantry Flat
The person in the yellow jacket up ahead in this photo happened to be someone writing tickets for illegally parked vehicles downhill from Chantry Flat

If we happened to not buy one in advance at stores like REI, Sports Chalet, etc., we can purchase one at the pack station by the parking lot at the end of the road.

Finally, we must say that early birds tend to get better parking spots.

After say 9:30am or so on weekends, finding parking can be a bit difficult and even frustrating (trust us, we know this firsthand).

In fact, we noticed some cars parked illegally (i.e. blocking lanes on the Forest Service Road to Chantry Flat though I wasn’t sure if those guys got tickets or not).

Sturtevant Falls Parking – how best to manage the logistics

Hermit_Falls_004_04252010 - Plenty of Forest Service signs indicating that parked vehicles must show a pass
Plenty of Forest Service signs indicating that parked vehicles must show a pass

Now after having gone through this hiking excursion a few times, we’ve learned that the order of operations to be most efficient at parking and starting the hike immediately without getting into trouble.

Of course, this assumes that we didn’t have a forest service pass in possession when we’d arrive (though having one before would save a lot of headaches).

Anyways first and foremost, we’d drive all the way up to the Chantry Flat pack station at the end of the road.

Even if there was no parking available (it’s very rare these days to actually be lucky enough to find a spot up here), we’ve always managed to find temporary stopping spots in the lot without blocking traffic.

Sturtevant_Falls_15_001_01182015 - The hike before the hike to the trailhead of Sturtevant Falls
The hike before the hike to the trailhead of Sturtevant Falls

Then, I could pull over and let Julie walk in and get the day pass or annual pass before returning to the car so I could display it.

With the pass in hand, we’d offload the gear and other passengers (if it was more than just Julie and I), and they’d wait patiently for me up here at the trailhead while I’d go in search of finding parking.

Typically, it would probably be at least 0.5 miles from Chantry Flat before I’d finally find a spot to park.

From there, I’d display the pass in the vehicle, then walk back up to the trailhead to rejoin Julie (and the rest of the group if we had more hikers), and then we’d be on our way.

Sturtevant_Falls_127_05272019 - The paid parking area by the Chantry Flat Pack Station, where you can also buy last minute forest service passes as well
The paid parking area by the Chantry Flat Pack Station, where you can also buy last minute forest service passes as well

Doing it this way would certainly minimize the amount of back-and-forth walking between the station and the parking spot just to get and display a pass even before getting started with the hike.

Only one person has to go through the extra walking (i.e. the driver).

Depending on how far we’ve parked, that could easily be over a mile of walking by itself!

Elevated sweep from a higher vantage point with the falls in high flow


Sweep from bottom to top of the falls


Nearly 360 degree sweep before Sturtevant Falls before panning up towards the top of the falls

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Visitor Comments:

Chantry Flats to Stuartevant Falls – Lots of stories and photo ops January 30, 2015 4:47 am by P.L. Wick - Chantry Flats to Stuartevant Falls for years (try, over a fifty year time frame) was a favorite hike of ours. Often two or three times per week by either of the two low-end approaches; occasionally from Wilson parking lot or even Red Box. Weekdays have always been the best. Up past the falls into Winter… ...Read More
Long time visitor (Sturtevant Falls) January 23, 2015 4:20 pm by _Anonymous205 - I grew up in El Monte Ca during a time when the city was spending a goodly amount of money on the parks service basically having all the parks staffed daily during the summer by college student whose main job was to organize activities for us kids. I lived by Fletcher park....we called ourselves the… ...Read More
Such fun was had by all (Sturtevant Falls) December 30, 2012 4:46 am by Aubrie - Just went today with my husband and friend. It had been raining off and on all day but we went anyway. The walk was long but worth it. I'm not in the best shape but I made it and I would say it wasn't bad. Once we got to the falls it was amazing we… ...Read More
This Year Bummed Me Out (Sturtevant Falls) July 24, 2012 9:45 pm by M. Perez - Last year during this time there was so much water and the streams were rushing water... This past Sunday, 7 of us went on the hike hoping to have a great time, but there was no water... Water was still and dirty for not moving much. Not only that someone decided not to be so… ...Read More
Sturtevant Falls October 8, 2008 4:47 am by Noah - This was a pretty cool waterfall. We went in early March and there was plenty of water. It's a somewhat steep hike down a paved path and then a pretty hike along a nice stream. A great half day adventure from LA. ...Read More

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