Valentine’s Day is long gone and the month of loving and cuffing (or for some breaking up and crying) is over, so what better way to move on with a solo series?
When I first moved to California, I made two vlogs exploring my new home. I went on my first hike alone and explored Venice alone, and also made a write up about a single day at Catalina Island.
This first vlog is my hike at La Tuna Canyon, located right behind Burbank in the Verdugo Mountains. It’s a bare-minimum trail, with no bathrooms or tables to sit at. This was my first hike in Los Angeles, so I was definitely nervous to be alone, but comforted by all the people also on the trail. The hike ended up being a couple of hours. I wish I could tell you the distance I hiked and the path I took, but I definitely found myself off the trail at one point because it wasn’t a circle loop and had to retrace my steps back to the main path from the cell tower I ended up at.
You can get a taste of my hike through the video below. Enjoy!
Sarawhitmanythought 1: I have been on so many hikes since this, and it’s really fun exploring all the options out here!