Sibley Volcanic Trail is a 3.8 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Canyon, CA that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible from June until December. Dogs are also able to use this trail.
Believe it or not there's actually a volcano just off Skyline Boulevard. Not just any volcano, mind you. This one is lying on its side with its guts exposed. You might not recognize it right away, owing to its reclining position and the grassy coat it's adopted. But among the shrubs and grasses at Sibley Volcanic Regional Preserve, you'll find the rocky body and underpinnings of one of the largest of a handful of volcanoes that once dotted our geologic neighborhood.
Nice little hike that can get pretty crowded.
Beautiful and kid friendly.
Decent amount of people and unleashed dog. Very pretty though, a few longer trail options. Once it rains I bet it's very cool along the little river bed.
Fantastic course. Saw the labyrinth, beautiful eastern views, then from desert down into the thicket of the forest. Saw lava rocks. Excellent.
Hot Hot Hot! Trails are not marked very well; I ended up going to far down and had to walk up a steep road with the dogs that seemed to never end. We got our exercise fersure but bring lots of water; I almost fainted. Better fall or spring trail.
Hot! This is a nice walk but beware if it's a hot day, no shade
If you get off the main loop, there are lots of nice surprises like labyrinths and hobbit forests. Easy hike but lots of variety.
Wonderful views all along the trail! Great hike to have the dog off leash :)
Love it here. It's kid friendly
I had good hike there.
It's not that exciting but good if you want to get outside for a bit with your pups. The trail can get crowded and hot. There's not a whole lot of shade...
The labyrinths are cool, the volcanic features are cool, the hike is alright
Easy but boring hike. It's a great place to walk the dog or do some light after work hike if you live in the area. Might be more interesting if you connect this trail with nearby park trails for a longer hike.