It's the last long hike of the year! Well, the last 15 miler.
Whether you're looking to burn a few calories or just enjoy a day in nature, come out on this 15 mile, 2,000 elevation gain hike to the top of Simi Peak.
Along the way, we'll pass through canyons and ridges, old ranching areas and the Juan Bautista De Anza Historic Trail.
Since the hike is a longer distance, it's only recommended for people who have recent hiking experience or are in good shape.
Bring: At least 2 liters of water, sunscreen/ hat/ sun protection, hiking boots, windbreaker for the top, and a pleasant attitude.
Port o Potty at the trailhead.
Sorry but NO DOGS
Direction to the trailhead from Metro NoHo Station: http://goo.gl/maps/OrUyy (you can change the point of origin).
Direction from US-101
1.Take the exit toward Chesebro Rd/Agoura Hills go 0.2 mi
2.Turn right onto Palo Comado Canyon Rd go 0.1 mi
3.Take the 2nd right onto Chesebro Rd go 0.7 mi
4.Turn right onto Cheseboro Canyon Rd go 0.3 mi