On the Jack Smith trail

Once upon a time, many many many years ago when everyone in Los Angeles read the Los Angeles Times every day, they always turned to a column written by newspaperman Jack Smith. Jack Smith wrote about the many things he loved about Southern California, especially his Mount Washington neighborhood. The neighborhood reciprocated his feelings and named a hiking trail after him.

On Sunday, April 19th, The Mount Washington Association hosts its annual group walk through Jack Smith Trail . Walkers will be departing in two groups at 9:00 am and 9:30 am from the Southwest Museum tunnel entrance at 234 Museum Drive. Participants are encouraged to take the Gold Line to the Soutwest Museum stop.


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