Looking for a great trail in Rocky Peak Park, California? AllTrails has 8 great hiking trails, mountain biking trails, trail running trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. Ready for some activity? There are 6 moderate trails in Rocky Peak Park ranging from 4.6 to 12.9 miles and from 1,122 to 2,696 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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7 days ago

My 12 year old son and I did the 10 mile loop from hummingbird, to rocky point to Chumash trails. All offer different unique landscapes and rock formations. Chumash was our favorite part because the trail is thin, rocky and steep on one side, which gave it a great sense of adventure and incredible views. It’s steep and long. If you are doing the 10 mile loop, pack plenty of supplies as this is a lot of steep trails no matter which way you come up.

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bugs
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rocky
8 days ago

Super rocky trail something I’m not use to but ! Incredible views and totally worth it !

Great trail, some parts are single track and varying terrain. Be mindful of the mountain bikers!

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no shade
13 days ago

on Chumash Trail

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no shade
22 days ago

Beautiful!! We went off trail and climbed the rocks and boulders. Its quite the workout but so worth it! I wouldnt recommend for beginners.

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no shade
1 month ago

Gradual incline. Good path. Gets hard. No shade in the summer. Muddy path in winter.

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rocky
1 month ago

Hiked this trail in the morning with my son and it was so peaceful. There was lots of water on the trail and the vegetation is so green from all the recent rainfall. Make sure you've got boots with decent traction if your not trying to slip or fall!

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1 month ago

This hike was so gorgeous! Definitely a workout. I’m not the most experienced hiker and wore inappropriate shoes and took a spill a few times. Made it to the secret cave !!!!!! So excited and worth it. Be careful though it can be pretty sketchy. Don’t advise bringing your dog if you want to get up to the cave due to the fact is pretty steep and dangerous at parts. But soooooo worth it!!!

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no shade
1 month ago

Good hike, measured at 9.17 miles round trip. Started my hike at Chumash trailhead instead and went clockwise, which I think is the best bet as the hike along Hummingbird trailhead would have been much tougher going up than it was coming down it. Beautiful hike to do this time of the year when everything is green, detoured up to Rocky Peak where a 360 degree view of San Fernando Valley and Simi Valley awaits. Would be an awfully tough hike during the summertime heat as there was absolutely no shade whatsoever during the entire loop. Freeway noise along the Hummingbird trail portion of the loop can be quite intrusive. A lot of mountain bikers used these trails as well.

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1 month ago

Nice face for conditioning. 30min / Mile with 30 lbs on the back.

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bugs
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rocky
1 month ago

just walking the dog this morning real quick. I love this trail. good exercise.

Very nice place to hike, specially climbing around the big boulders is a lot of fun. My dog loved running around this place.

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2 months ago

This Hike on a rainy day is just beautiful! As if you were in a completely different country! Creeks form on boulders and the trail. Some Rock Waterfalls form. Just Beauty! Hike it in mild to moderate Rain. A whole new experience.

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rocky
2 months ago

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2 months ago

Great hiking spot. It is almost entirely uphill and ends at the Rock peak ranger road. Grants some nice views of the ocean in the west and the Topatopa mountains to the northwest. Has several sections that silent the city and the freeway noises, leaving you with only nature. It’s really good to go early in the morning and reach rocky peak by dawn and watch the sun come over the San Fernando Valley

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rocky
2 months ago

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2 months ago

Great hike. The rock formations are fascinating. Options to extend. Hard to find the actual rocky peak but worth it!

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2 months ago

Okay it's a little muddy today but don't be a punk. Wear boots and go.

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2 months ago

For having been rained on the past three days, it's still very doable. Soft but not very muddy. Few puddles. Do it.

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3 months ago

I turned this hike into an 8 mile adventure by doing the loop around Rocky Peak. You will see in the map that there is a loop at the top. I hiked clockwise, and it was very enjoyable. I was the only one on most of the trail. A very easy 8 miles except for the last half mile of the loop back up to Rocky Peak turnoff. That was very steep. I climbed up it. I think going down would have been just as hard, but I have bad knees. It was a good hike.

love this trail..

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3 months ago

This was my first time hiking in the Simi Valley Rocky Peak area. I really enjoyed it. Instead of simply doing an out and back to the peak, I did the loop at the top - continue north on Rocky Peak Trail to the next fire road, then back down to a fire road cut off to the right (at the big tree stay to the right.) This additional loop turned a short 4.6 mile into a nice 8 mile hike. I was alone throughout most of the loop. Cool rock formations, peaceful surroundings, great hike.

A beautiful long hike, with some good photography opportunities.

We parked at Hummingbird Trail head, and did a slight variation after Chumash. Instead of going on the road, we took a minor trail starting at the base of Chumash.

As others have said, bring water.

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3 months ago

An easy and surprisingly beautiful sunrise hike. Makes for a nice run on the return.

I like it because it has everything one would like in hiking trails.

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3 months ago

This hike offers great views of the San Fernando and Simi Valleys! It took me about two hours to complete taking my time and enjoying the scene. The boulders are nice and there’s plenty of trails where you can venture off for a bit. It’s definitely worth your time and effort!

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3 months ago

Phone read 3.6m in 52’21” with 969ft elevation gain. Steep in spots but never slippery. Boulders galore. Wish I would have been on a mtb on way down.

Because of this hike, I invented the word "brutalful" amazing views, beautiful rock formations, saw maybe 8 people in the total 14.23 miles hiked.
Very little shade, make sure to go on a cool day, early, or be prepared to trek with a lot of water, sunscreen, hats/long sleeves etc.
Wear good shoes on this trail, the first few miles from the entrance are fairly rocky. The ground changes the further you go into the trail making it a little more stable. The inclines are no joke with this one. Coming back up from Las Llajas canyon was a bit brutal, but overall the experience was great.

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