Past Meetup

Hump Day Sunset Hike at Sage Ranch

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Sage Ranch

1 Black Canyon Road · Simi Valley, CA

How to find us

We'll meet at the paid parking, a short walk up a steepish road from the free parking.

Location image of event venue

Details

This is an easy hike with sweeping views of both Simi and the SF Valleys from atop the eastern ridge of the Simi Hills, and is close to MANY of our members. If we take our time, we can watch the sunset at 7:57pm! A few pics of Kurt's from this location are down below.

Distance: 3 miles
Elevation Gain: 300'
Difficulty: Beginners, no problem.
Dogs: Leashed
Restrooms: No
Water Fountain: No
Parking: Free and paid, read below to learn more
Sunset: 7:57 pm

Known Dangers: Rattlesnakes

Directions: If you live in Simi, it's possible to get here from Box Canyon Road, but more straightforward if you follow the directions below, somewhat modified but otherwise snarfed from another group's description:

From the 118 go on Topanga Canyon south and turn right on Plummer. Continue until road curves to the left and turns into Valley Circle and then Lake Manor Drive. Go until you reach a three way stop at Woolsey Canyon. (Make sure you go past Box Cyn and continue to Woolsey.) Turn right on Woolsey and follow the windy road to the top. Turn right on Black Canyon Rd (N American Cutoff Road) where the water tower is. Parking lot is about 1/8th of a mile on the left by a gate.

From the 101 exit at Valley Circle and go North. Continue until you pass Roscoe Blvd. When you get to the three way stop at Woolsey Canyon turn left and and follow the windy road to the top. Turn right on Black Canyon Rd (N American Cutoff Road) where the water tower is. Parking lot is about 1/8th of a mile on the left by a gate.

Parking: There is a small free parking area by a small grove of trees close to the gate. If that is full, you'll need to drive a SHORT distance up the road where it will cost you a few bucks.

Disclaimer / Release of Liability: You must RSVP to attend this event, no exceptions. Hiking and other outdoor events are inherently dangerous and accidents can happen. By participating in any posted event, you're taking responsibility for your own safety and well-being. This Meetup Group and its organizers are not trained leaders and we do not confirm the qualifications of any of its members to lead or participate in trips. All participants take full responsibility for their own actions. You are responsible for you. If you choose to sign up for any events, you are releasing the Group and its organizers from all liability in case of possible injuries. Your personal safety depends on your own judgement and experience. This applies to any guests you may invite.