Tuna Canyon Labyrinth Removal

An oft-visited hiking destination at the top of Tuna Canyon Park is being physically removed, Linnea Mielcarek reported on Topanga Nextdoor.

Workers with the Mountain Restoration and Conservancy Authority (MRCA) are removing the large rock design by hand and state that grading of Hearts Tank Mountain Way, the road leading to the labyrinth, and the labyrinth removal is required to provide proper fire department access.

The classical style labyrinth has been created by visitors over the years using a seed pattern by placing rocks end to end in outward flowing rings. It is a favorite spot for couples and families because of the expansive coastal views from the spot and the meditative experience of “walking the labyrinth.”


  1. That is so sad. God FORBID theirs an actual place with good energy where people come to do healing work on themselves smh, so glad people came and built it again cuz that been there for YEARS!!! Shame on them when there are other ways they could go, like stop just one way in the ENITRE area and it just HAD to be over something spiritually powerful 🤦🏽‍♀️🙏🏽😇

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