Pasadena Haunts and Hauntings!

Filled with abundant nature, interesting history, craft beers, and—as it turns out—a fair number of hauntings, Pasadena has all the makings for a fall-filling day. These three urban walks offer everything from haunted histories to architectural wonders, and refreshing craft beers.

Week: 10.19.2022
Regions: Southern CA

Pasadena Haunts and Hauntings

Pasadena Haunted Historic Walk

Pasadena urban walk with haunted historic sites
Ghostly buildings, eerie alleys, scary stories … Pasadena’s picturesque old town is rife with haunted history. Take a 3.75-mile stroll that’s full of secret treats.
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Unexpected Hiking Vacation

Discover Beautiful Hikes in San Ramon

Discover San Ramon
San Ramon hills
San Ramon creek
San Ramon green hills and trees
Ready for a local hiking vacation—one that’s unexpected, hassle-free, and comes with bonuses like spas and delicious nearby dining?
Discover San Ramon

Secret Stair Master!

Workout Stairway Hike in Pasadena California

Step up to a wonderful 2-mile, nearly 1000-step workout in peaceful Pasadena that is part leg labor, part suburban stroll, and all serene secret.
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Colorado Meets Pasadena

Hike to the historic Colorado Street Bridge in Pasadena

Hike to Colorado Bridge in Pasadena
Hike to the Colorado Bridge in Pasadena
Connect a neoclassical-inspired bridge with a bridge listed on the National Register of Historic Places on this hike in Pasadena via the Arroyo Seco Trail.
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