Hiking & Camping Los Angeles

Hiking with your dog can be a great bonding experience and can also provide great exercise. Tired of taking your dog on mundane walks around the block? Try a scenic day hike and experience all that nature has to offer. Just watch out for poison ivy. Most dogs won’t get it, but they can transfer it to you! So get outside, sniff that fresh air, and wag that tail! Do you love leaving the comfort of domesticated life and getting back to the wild for a day or two? Well, so does your pup – and to the surprise of many, most campgrounds are dog friendly. The only thing that can warm your feet up better than the campfire is the dog lying on top of them while you try to sleep! It's always a good idea to call ahead before you bring your dog as conditions can change, such as wildlife habitat protection, re-vegetation and other projects.

Deep in the eastern Santa Monica Mountains in the City of Los Angeles, Westridge-Canyonback Park provides more than 1,500 acres of open space bordered... View Listing
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Over 70,000 people a year visit Coldwater Canyon Park, confirming Los Angeles Magazine’s declaration that it is “one of the 300 best reasons to st... View Listing
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Calabasas Peak This pleasant hike gives you a good aerobic workout, with a moderate but steady uphill trek for a little less than 2 miles to the summi... View Listing
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Red Rock Canyon Park is located in the heart of the Santa Monica Mountains off of Old Topanga Canyon Road. The riparian canyon walls are fortified wit... View Listing
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China Flat and Simi Peak is accessed on the North side of Lindero Canyon Road between King James Court and Wembly Ave. North of the freeway by 4 miles... View Listing
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The trail starts out on the Chumash Trail moving steadily upward for 2.6 miles with interesting rock formations, great views of the city, and somewhat... View Listing
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The Chumash Trail three miles, moderate The trail leads up to the main Rocky Peak Trail, intersecting the trail just south of Blind Canyon. The trail ... View Listing
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Corriganville Park A gorgeous setting with a variety of trails LOOP Trail: 1.2 Mile that loops the massive sandsne roc outcropping that sits in the mi... View Listing
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Satwiwa Loop For many years, the Santa Monica Mountains sustained the Chumash and Tongva/Gabrielino cultures. Sycamore Canyon, which cuts through Ranc... View Listing
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