Hikes in Los Angeles, Simi Valley and Ventura county
* Santa Monica Mountains
* Conejo Open Space
* Simi Valley Open Space
to Westlake Village, Thousand Oaks area (in greater Los Angeles), I
started hiking. We formed a LAHikers hiking group and started hiking
in different places in Santa Monica mountains. The objective was to
hike for around 3 hours in a 5 to 6 miles hike that has around 1000
feet elevation gain.
are more into day picnics and hanging out with friends and families,
here are my favorite
Picnic Areas and Parks in Los Angeles and Ventura County.
are a new hiker, please take a look at safe
hiking tips to make your hiking enjoyable and safe.
some my most favorite hikes in this Los Angeles, Ventura, Thousand Oaks
you want to do only one hike, you should do the Hollywood
Sign Hike to get closer to the famous Hollywood sign.
Hikes in Agoura Hills, Oak Park Area
Comado Loop 1
Cheeseboro-Palo Comado Loop 2
Cheeseboro Canyon/Canyon View Trail
Simi Peak/ China Flat Trail
Mountain Trail- This can be a very deceptive hike so after searching
on the Internet for sometime and having hiked there around 3 times, I
think you and other visitors need some reliable information. Please click
here to get most
accurate info about this trail.
* Hidden Valley Overlook Trail (around 5 miles, 700 feet (best guess)
* Hiking to the Waterfall (round trip around 3 miles- 300 feet or so elevation
* Waterfall, Boney Trail, Sycamore Canyon Trail Loop ( 5 miles, 700 feet)
Conejo Open Space Org:
McCoy Hike/Trail (including Cross on the hill and Ronald Reagan Library)
Corridor Trail in Corriganville Park, Simi Valley, 93065l
the best websites for hiking:
Conejo Open Space