In compliance with the Governor's shelter-in-place order and Los Angeles Department of Recreation and Parks directives,
all TreePeople volunteer activities are postponed and Coldwater Canyon Park is closed. Franklin Canyon Park and Wilacre Park and all associated trails are closed. Please practice social distancing, stay safe and care for one another.
FOREST BATHING IN COLDWATER CANYON PARK
Forest bathing is the healing way of Shinrin-yoku Forest Therapy, the medicine of simply being in the forest. Shinrin-yoku is a Japanese term that means "taking in the forest atmosphere" or "forest bathing." It was developed in Japan during the 1980s and has become a cornerstone of preventive health care and healing in Japanese medicine.
For those who wish to bathe in the calming and restorative energy of the natural environment from the convenience of their desks or mobile device, TreePeople offers immersive videos featuring Coldwater Canyon Park complete with the sounds of nature, which mimics the feeling of forest bathing.
But we invite you to come and experience the magic of nature in person and to visit TreePeople’s Coldwater Canyon Park. It is an oasis for trees, endless trails, and breathtaking views. Free and open to the general public, visit the park and enjoy this emerald gem of Los Angeles (TreePeople address 12601 Mulholland Ave, Beverly Hills, CA 90210).