Conjo Peak via Potrero Road to Hidden Valley Overlook to Staber Road

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Rancho Sierra Vista Satwiwa

Conjo Peak via Potrero Road to Hidden Valley Overlook to Staber Road is a 8 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Westlake Village, California that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, trail running, and nature trips and is accessible year-round.

Length8.0 miElevation gain2,316 ftRoute typeOut & back
HikingNature tripsrunningViewsWildflowersOver grownOff trail
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Sarah Schmidt
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Hiking

it's a good hike, but about 2 miles in there's a fence with a lock. looks new. we had to turn around and go elsewhere where that path also had a fence with a lock.

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Lily Gin
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HikingNo shadeOver grown

Dog friendly but at about 2 miles in, it starts to get very overgrown. We turned around since we had a dog with us and we weren’t able to enjoy ourselves looking down the whole time for the trail and having to worry about ticks and hidden rattlesnakes. So we came back down and did the loop around Satwiwa to get some miles in.

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Katie Willis
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HikingNo shadeOff trailOver grownRocky

Around mile 2.5 the trail gets very overgrown and you’re off a designated trail. It’s apparent that there is a trail to follow, but you climb over some rocks and have to go through a lot of bushes

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Ventura Skip
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Hiking
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Most of the trail was easy to follow. However, the section between Danielson Fire Rd. and Staber Rd. was through overgrowth. There was evidence of trails but you might have to make a few exploratory spurs before hitting on the right connection. It was nice to see Sandstone Peak from across the valley.

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Hugo Cortes
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Chris Shule
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B Cardenas
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Tina Lanquist
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Marc Levi
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Russell Miller
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Mike Tagg
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Eric Mork
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Running
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Terry Wilson
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Hiking
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