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Saugus to the Sea Road to Mission Point Trail

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Saugus to the Sea Road to Mission Point Trail

Saugus to the Sea Road to Mission Point Trail

DESCRIPTION: SOMETHING NEW AND DIFFERENT FROM YOUR FAVORITE HIKING CLUB – WEEKDAY HIKES! This is a fun hike through local woodlands of pine, oak and walnut trees to enjoy views both north and south with other fun hikers. Maybe we’ll even see Spring flowers! Also, you can go the distance to Mission Point or option an easier hike with a turnaround at Jones Junction – your choice!


  • Hike leader volunteer(s): Tim R.
  • Meet: Saugus to the Sea Road Trailhead at 8:45 am, departure at 9:00 am sharp (Mar 21).
  • Distance: Approximately 8.7 miles.
  • Elevation gain: Approximately 1,699 feet.
  • Time: Approximately 4.4 hours hiking including a snack break.
  • Conditioning: You need to be in generally good physical condition.
  • Dogs: Dogs are welcome but must be on a leash.
  • Restrooms: None.
  • Adventure Pass: Not required.
  • Turnaround: If you want an easier hike option (5.9 mi./1,328 ft. gain) you can turn around at Jones Junction.

IMPORTANT NOTES: We’ll hike at a brisk pace and ask everyone to stay with the group for a friendly and safe outing. There are no expected stream crossings, exposures, bugs or other warnings. As always, people may slip and fall, encounter poison oak, rattlesnakes, etc. on this hike. This event may be cancelled due inclement weather before or at the start of the hike.


  • Hiking boots and poles.
  • Clothing layers recommended.
  • Snacks and 2+ liters of water and electrolytes or salt tablets.
  • Hat and sunscreen.

Additional Hiking and Survival Gear Recommendations (link)

THIS HIKE RANKING: Level 3, Intermediate (see chart below).
Please only sign up to attend hikes that are consistent with your ability. Based on your hiking during the last 90 days, how would you score on the CHC Hike rating scale of one to five assuming a brisk pace?

1. Beginner: 1-3 miles, less than 500 feet elevation gain.
2. Beginner/Intermediate: 1-7 miles, less than 700 feet elevation gain.
3. Intermediate: 5-10 miles, 1000-2000 feet elevation gain.
4. Intermediate/Advanced: 7-12 miles, up to 3000 feet elevation gain.
5. Advanced: 10-17 miles, 3000 feet or more elevation gain.

Saugus to the Sea Road (East Canyon) Trailhead:
24295-23785 The Old Rd, Newhall, CA 91321

Driving Directions (link)

We highly recommend AllTrails or GAIA apps be installed on your cell phones and/or you print a copy of the trail map so you can personally navigate the trail if you need to.

GPS Trail Map (link)

The Community Hiking Club is a Non-Profit 501C3 organization. We rely on donations to continue sponsoring hikes like this. Please contribute by donating via: Cash contribution (at each hike), or via Zelle at 6617135610; or via Venmo at: @Heidi-Webber-5

When you sign up for this event, you are releasing Community Hiking Club from any liability or responsibility with your participation in this group activity. While safety is a priority for everyone in the group, hiking can be inherently risky. By participating in any posted event, you are assuming responsibility for your own safety and well-being. The Community Hiking Club (CHC) Meetup Group and its organizers and hike leaders are not trained leaders and we do not confirm the qualifications of any of its members to lead or participate in our events. All participants take full responsibility for their own actions. If you choose to sign up for any Community Hiking Club Meetup events, you are releasing the Community Hiking Club Meetup Group and Hike Leaders from all liability in case of possible injuries or death as stated in paragraph 6.2 of the Meetup “Terms of Service” located on the bottom of the Meetup website. Your personal safety depends on your own judgment and experience. If you sign up for this hike, you are verifying that this hike is within your abilities.

March 21 2024


Date: March 21
Time: 9:00 am - 1:30 pm
Hiking Group:
RSVP: Visit Meetup Website


24295 The Old Rd

24295 The Old Rd

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Santa Clarita Community Hiking Club
Website: Visit Organizer Website


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Trail statistics are approximate. For safety purposes always assume they are underestimated. But don’t be disappointed if they are overestimated. Bring more water and snacks than you think you’ll need.

Trail descriptions are based on previous hikes. Current conditions are unknown until arrival. Expect the unexpected and plan accordingly.

The Organizers and members of Hiking With Dean are not professional leaders, guides, or mountaineers. The function of the member or organizer is only to organize the trip. Each person who shows up for a trip/meetup (and their guest or guests) is responsible for his or her own safety. By attending a hike, or any other event organized by this group, you are acknowledging that you and any guests that you bring are aware of the risks, dangers and hazards associated with the activity and freely accept and fully assume all such risks, dangers and hazards, and further agree to release and discharge the Organizers, Members of the Hiking With Dean Meetup Group from and against any and all liability arising from your participation in the group activities per our ASSUMPTION OF RISK AND LIABILITY WAIVER and Section 6.2 of the Terms of Service.