Stoney Point via North End is a 1.9 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Chatsworth, California that offers the chance to see wildlife and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, rock climbing, nature trips, and horses and is accessible year-round. Dogs and horses are also able to use this trail.

Length1.9 miElevation gain406 ftRoute typeOut & back
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Jack Maleeh
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A little rough in some areas. And I got lost several times, which was still fun to adventure, but just know it might happen a lot.

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Liza Trillo
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Hiking

Some of path issues overgrown so it’s hard to see. A train actually rolls through the tunnel so be careful if you go down there!

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Anthony I
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John Petring
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Amalia Sanchez
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Trail is a little fuzzy, not clear. It could be it was washed out due to the rains. It has some overgrown bushes that cover the trail.

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Joe Bezak
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Adventure Seeker
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Hiking

My 83-year-old mom joined me for this one (she is a BEAST)! Started early at the north entrance off Canoga Avenue and combined a few trails to make a route that was 3.5 miles. Although short in miles, it was packed with adventure and there were some great rock formations. Some parts of the trail were easy, some parts were overgrown, and other parts needed a lot of rock scrambling and climbing (especially if you climb to the top). The 118 freeway was nearby so you do hear and see it a bit if that matters to you. There is also graffiti in certain areas. Overall, we had fun.

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Alex Portillo
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Patrick Au
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Taylor Hansen
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Great Views. Amazing Rock Formations!

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Natalie Salinas
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Area is great for climbers. Graffiti everywhere. You’ll find a railroad track and tunnel. Be aware that trains are still using it.

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Ansuman Nayak
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Colleen Molnar
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HikingGreat!Off trailOver grownRocky

Love it!!! Went with family and dog. Enjoyed hiking up the hills, rocks, and below by the water. Loved to explore! Good for kids/adults who love hiking.

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Elvis Bustamante
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Awesome

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Pathfinders 818
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Fun hike, great views, but may be hard for some kids. I’d probably say this is more of a moderate hike. Also, you might want to wear pants since a lot of the trail is overgrown. To see actual footage of the whole trail, feel free to view my video on YouTube. https://youtu.be/GlCg3wsOBgU

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Fredy Bardales
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Michael Whipple
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Starts out fine but the map becomes difficult to follow as you approach the turnaround loop, which I never actually found. There’s a graffiti covered railroad tunnel on the other side of a partially knocked down fence and it’s not easy to find your way back to the main trail to return. Would not recommend.

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Arshak sarkisyan
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Daniel Sarafian
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HikingOver grown
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Iris Hang
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HikingNo shadeOff trailRocky

I love climbing here! Hiking up is a little challenging as it is incredibly rocky. No shade and a lot of graffiti. Some parts really stank and there is a lot of trash. Be prepared to use all your limbs to hike/climb up the mountain. A lot of brush on one side as well.

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Dominick Hernandez
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Very easy to get lost due to overgrown trials, I agree with the reviews. Not much of a hike, but more of a climb. Wouldn’t bring my parents here. And i wouldn’t come without hiking shoes. Also wouldn’t travel far for this one.

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Hilda Rivas
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HikingOff trailOver grownRockyScramble

Meh... trail is overgrown, easy to get lost because the path is covered up. Noisy yes but that’s to be expected I just wish the trail was maintained.

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