Take a hike and enjoy the sun and landscaping that California has to offer by visiting the picturesque La Tuna Canyon Park. The park spans over 1,100 acres and the main trail begins at Hosetter Fire Road. This adventurous hike will provide you with a great workout since it is equal to around 3.5 miles. At the top of the Verdugo Mountains, you will see a variety of radio towers, as well as look down onto the city of Burbank. This park is the perfect place to spend some time outdoors enjoying the beautiful scenery.
Sun Valley History
Senator Charles Maclay acquired the land that now makes up Sun Valley in 1874. Two years later, the Southern Pacific Railroad was constructed in the area that was known by the name Roberts and the town became home to seven families. In 1896, the town’s name was changed to Roscoe after a railroad employee that was killed nearby. As time went on the small community continued to grow and the first gas station established itself in 1915. The name of the town was not changed to Sun Valley until 1948 at the request of the residents.