A short and scenic drive up the deserty Angeles Crest Hwy leads to the top of Mount Wilson. Adventurers will then abandon their cars and traverse a 5,700 ft mountain, crossing into a lost train tunnel, through a spooky forest of burnt trees and fresh flowers, swiveling up along a hundred+ year-old trail carved for ghost attractions like a long-lost railway system (Mount Lowe Railway), finally landing on the summit at a set of rusted, unused hitching rails originally installed at the top for horseriders. From there, ye Ghost Hunters can enjoy an expansive view of the greater Los Angeles coastal plain, as well as the remnants of Pasadena and Mt. Wilson Railroad Company, which functioned from 1893 to 1938. After descending, Adventure folk will cool down by exploring the still-functioning Mt. Wilson Observatory, one of the most prominent Observatories in history.