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Inspiration Point in Will Rogers Park Featured as a Favorite Hike

At the top of Inspiration Point Trail | From 28 Things to do in Los Angeles in the Dead of Winter by Adam Rose/LAist
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Now in its second week, the California State Parks Foundation's podcast series about Californians' favorite hikes in state parks comes to the Los Angeles area. Hiker Brandon Lloyd talks about the 3-mile looped Inspiration Point Trail at Will Rogers State Historic Park near Pacific Palisades:

Last week, rocker Sammy Hager talked about his favorite hike in Marin County.

Also: There is another, a more historical, Inspiration Point in the San Gabriel Mountains north of Altadena that Modern Hiker has explored in depth.