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SANTA SUSANA CAVE AND ROCK FIELD above Chatsworth Park North

November 15, 2019 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Join me on a walkabout near The Santa Susana Pass above Chatsworth Park North if you like hiking easy trails in a very rocky environment. We last did this in 2016 when we climbed a rock or two searching for the cave up there while those less inclined to do so took a short break and watched. After this event, as an option, you’re welcomed to join Cristina (I’m sure she’ll come) and me for some BBQ at Rosies BBQ Kitchen.


MEETUP LOCATION AND TIME: Dirt parking lot off Lilac Lane off of Santa Susana Pass Rd. at 9:00 am. SEE MAP FOR EXACT LOCATION

MEETUP DIRECTIONS: Take the (101) Ventura Freeway to Topanga Canyon Blvd. Head north on Topanga Cyn. until you reach Chatsworth St. Head left on Chatsworth St. until you arrive at the parking lot on your left for Chatsworth Park North.

EARLIER MEETUP LOCATION AND TIME: Those out my way can meet me in Woodland Hills at 8:30 a.m. and take off from there in a car pool. Meet at the corner of Leonora Dr. and Ponce Avenue. Ponce Ave. is the first street east of Fallbrook. We can park on Ponce which is not in front of any homes. Those that don’t drive can help pay for gas. It’s about a 30 minute drive to the trailhead, so $5/passenger should be collected by drivers.

DURATION: 3 hours give or take depending on the group.

TERRAIN: Single and double track trails

DISTANCE: 3 mile loop for those preferring the easier route and a little extra for the more adventurous rock scramblers in the group seeking to see the cave.


THE PACE: No faster than the slowest hiker.

LEVEL: Experienced beginner. Climbing among rocks is optional

MY CELL# IS 805-358-5972

OPTIONAL – LUNCH: Rosies BBQ Kitchen at 10220 Topanga Canyon Blvd. Chatsworth,

-This note is a reminder that there is a no tolerance policy for bad language and aggressive behavior toward any CDH member during any CDH activities, such as hiking, which is what we do!
We are unique individuals who thrive together as we enjoy the outdoors, the challenging trails and the thrill of adventure.
We have the awesome privilege to be a part of our magnificent outdoors. Let’s continue to have fun together, while uplifting and encouraging each other, because that is also what we do!
– We hike in as a group and hike out as a group
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November 15, 2019
9:00 am - 12:00 pm
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Santa Susana Pass State Historic Park
Lilac Lane
Simi Valley, ca 93062 US
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