Edmund D. Edelman Park is located in Summit Valley at the head of Topanga Canyon. The 1500 ft. ridge at the north end of this 659-acre park separates rural Topanga Canyon from the urban San Fernando Valley. This hike loops through two valleys, crosses a ridge, and parallels Topanga Creek.
We’ll cover some of the trails that this small park offers. It’s perfect for a local hike in an area untouched by the Woolsey fire.
MEETUP LOCATION: Lemans Dr. Calabasas
MEETUP TIME: Ready to hike no later than 9:00 a.m.
LEVEL: beginner hiker on up
DURATION: 3 HOURS
DISTANCE: 3+ miles
ELEVATION GAIN: 400′
PACE: 2+ mph
TERRAIN: Single and double track mountain trails along with “use” trails over uneven terrain.
DOGS MUST BE ON LEASHES AT ALL TIMES IN THIS PARK
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