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Trekking Catalina
, is a new master trails system which includes 27 miles of new and expanded trails. 
The new trails are part of 165 total miles of recreational roads and hiking trails on the Island.  Made
possible by past 4th District LA County Supervisor, Don Knabe, and the LA County Regional Park and
Open Space District, the new trails are the biggest addition to the Island’s trail system since the opening
of the 37-mile Trans-Catalina Trail in 2009.  With new trail markers/enhanced trailheads, waterless restrooms
at key sites, and a brand new trails map, Trekking Catalina will make the Island a world-class destination for
outdoor enthusiasts. For a digital version of the new map, please click map image below or pick one up while
you're on the Island!  

When it comes to hiking, Catalina Island cannot be beat.  No other Channel Island features the diversity that 
Catalina has to offer.  More than 165 miles of trails and roads beckon all levels of hikers.  An assortment of loop
trails give day hikers a great glimpse at a variety of Island locales, returing them to where they started.  Of
course, the grand-daddy of them all is the Trans-Catalina Trail, a 38.5 miles trail that traverses the entire Island,
beginning at Avalon, stretching out to Parson's Landing on the West End, looping back to Two Harbors for the
finish.  For more information on hikes throughout and across the Island, click on the Hiking Trails box below.  

Before starting out on your journey, Hiking Permits are required for your safety.  They are free of charge and are 
available online or can be obtained at the Conservancy House, Nature Center, Airport in the Sky, and
Two Harbors Visitor Information Center.  Please also be sure to also read the Cautions and Policies.

To purchase a map with additional features for only $3.00, please visit the Explore Store at the Conservancy House,
the Airport in the Sky, Nature Center, or Wrigley Memorial & Botanic Garden.  The map is also free with an Explorer Level Membership and above, as a new member bonus.  To support the Conservancy by becoming a member join HERE.



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