The Arroyo Seco offers a wonderful array of experiences for walkers and hikers. From the get-away-from-it-all ruggedness of the mountain watershed to gritty urban adventures alongside freeways, there is a rich variety of experiences.
The Lower Arroyo Seco lies near Pasadena’s western boundary, and runs from the area immediately south of the Colorado Street bridge to Pasadena’s border with the City of South Pasadena. This area, spanning approximately 150 acres, contains a natural park, fly casting pond and clubhouse, archery range and clubhouse, a system of rubble walls that retain the slopes and help define paths, multi-use trails, the La Casita del Arroyo community center, the Aids Memorial Grove, and several promontory outlook points such as the Bird Sanctuary.
Lower Arroyo’s most notable landmark is the Colorado Street Bridge over the Arroyo Seco. The neighborhood also houses the headquarters of the United States 9th Circuit Court of Appeals.
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