Hike Among Beautiful Wildflowers And Rolling Hills On This 4.4-Mile Loop In Southern California
Are you looking for a moderate hiking trail suitable for the whole family? Coyote Park, Long Canyon in Simi Valley is a 4.4-mile loop that will take you over the rolling hills, with a view of the neighborhood. In the springtime, you can stop and see the wildflowers along the trail.
If you’re in the Simi Valley area, this hike is a great way to get outdoors and get some exercise. The hike starts at Coyote Park and leads up to West Canyon Trail.
Part of the trail is on a dirt path, with a few steep areas. As you get closer to the neighborhood, 1.5 miles of the trail is on a sidewalk next to the street.
Springtime brings beautiful blooms that accent the trail. They add a pop of color along your hike.
The trail is dog-friendly and suitable for most levels. Why not head out with the whole crew to get some fresh air?
Make sure you bring lots of water, as the trail can be hot and dry in the sun. There are not many shades areas until you reach the sidewalk.
What an amazing view! You’ll get a great view of the neighborhood and water in the distance.
At 4.4 miles, this moderate hike isn’t too long but isn’t too short either. Would you like to take this hike? Check out our list of
10 scenic hikes in Southern California for more hiking inspiration.
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