Enjoy The Great Outdoors With These Beautiful Hiking Trails
Living in Southern California means enjoying the outdoors all year round, but especially during the spring and summer months. With plenty of hiking trails around the Conejo Valley, there is no excuse not to get outside this season. Check out these hiking trails that are perfect for people of all different skill levels.
The Boney Mountain Trail to Hidden Valley Overlook trail rewards you with some of the most beautiful views in the area. Take some time out of your hike to enjoy the benches that sit at the top of Sycamore Canyon and then continue on the trail that runs just a little over two miles.
The Ojai Valley Trail is a 10 mile trail that runs parallel to Highway 33, starting at Foster Park. The side of the trail is paved for bicyclists, joggers, and walkers. There is a post and rail fence that separates the paved path from the dirt path for horseback riders.
Ventura River Trail is just over 6 miles long and includes a pedestrian and bike path that follows the historic Southern Pacific Railroad. A lot of the trail parallels Ojai Freeway 33 and is also known as the Ojai Valley Trail Extension. There are many different access points to the trail, including Stanley Avenue, Shell Road, Orchard Drive, West Park Row Avenue, and more.
Malibu Creek State Park has more than 8,000 square miles of beautiful hills, scenery, and trails. The miles of trails throughout the park will take you through the old M*A*S*H series set, and will eventually lead you to a swimming hole, so make sure to bring your swimming suit.
All of us at Cappuccino Insurance Agency in Westlake Village, California would like to encourage you to enjoy all of these hiking trails in the local community!