Scenic Drives – Little Tujunga Road

Little Tujunga Canyon Road

This road runs from Bear Divide at Sand Canyon Road to Foothill Blvd in Lakeview Terrace. Almost all of it is within the Angeles National Forest. Most of this road was built in the mid 1930’s by the California Conservation Corps. It can serve as a more scenic alternate to Hwy 14 and Sierra Highway to get from the Santa Clarita area to the San Fernando Valley.

View of the shelf road section. This is approaching Dillon Divide. Looking westerly.
View of the shelf road section. This is approaching Dillon Divide. Looking westerly.
1928 bridge over Buck Canyon Creek near the Wildlife Waystation.
1928 bridge over Buck Canyon Creek near the Wildlife Waystation.

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