Aliso Summit Trail is a 7.1 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Laguna Niguel, California that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail.
This hike along the southern ridge of the Aliso and Wood Canyons Regional Park is fairly easy, with only a short moderate hill at the end. As you walk you'll find the park to your right and suburbs and homes to your left, so you don't really get an out in nature feel to the hike. At the end you get a really nice view of the ocean and Aliso Beach County Park. Plenty of room for bikers, hikers, dog walkers and runners.
Its a little confusing when the trail stops. Just follow the road up the hill along the grass and through the little park. You'll see the summit eventually.
Not quite the Summit I was thinking of but Aliso summit trail did have great views and a very cute and interesting fairy village someone has put together. A fun and scenic 7 miles but nothing too amazing here, unless you enjoy totaling the collective net worth of all the many hilltop Laguna mansions you pass. You definitely feel safe on the trail.
Very nice view of the ocean. Led us to a residential street and then back onto the trail. Then down a very steep hill which had a sign that said the end of the trail was closed. Didn't say when it would open again.
Awesome, easy trail with some nice views. Great for dogs and catching up with a friend!
This trail is short, but very nice. It offers the options of an "out-and-back" or a "loop" style trail (the loop is just walking back up the road at the end). There are stunning views of the ocean at Laguna Beach and an outstanding view of Mt. Santiago (Saddleback Mountain) and the cities around it. The overall hike is very simple.