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Las Llajas The Ridge Rocky peak Hummingbird Bridle path Mount Sinai

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Las Llajas The Ridge Rocky peak Hummingbird Bridle path Mount Sinai

Hello Fellow Hikers,
Okay the AllTrails attached is our starting point and we are doing the Ridge but we are going to continue on a different route from there. This will be a harder trail and not for beginners. The first 2 miles is 1800 elevation gain! It’s one of those hikes I’ll need to take quick breather breaks going we’re gonna connect several trails to make a loop. Starting from Las Llajas we will quickly turn off to the Ridge trail then on to Rocky Peak then down Hummingbird to the Bridle path then Mount Sinai from there a short hike on Chumash then down to our cars. This is a workout and a great way to see several trails without doing a point to point. I have attached the AllTrails link for directions, pics, and stats

Trail loop
Miles 11.5
Rated hard
Elevation Gain 2700
Dogs are allowed But must be conditioned for a harder longer hike and there are some very steep inclines
Parking is street

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January 29 2022


Date: January 29
Time: 9:30 am - 2:30 pm
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Las Llajas Canyon Trail

5715 Evening Sky Dr
Simi Valley, CA 93063 US

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Ventura County Day Hikes
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