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Las Llajas Canyon Trail is a 3.1 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Simi Valley, California that offers the chance to see wildlife and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, running, and mountain biking. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length 3.1 mi Elevation gain 324 ft Route type Out & Back

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David Dentice
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Hiking
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Amber Licious
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Hiking

Awesome trail

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Kate Flynn
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Hiking

Ground bees about a 1/2 mile in. Hike was fine - pretty uninteresting.

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Pk Mao
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RunningNo shade
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Robert Kay
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Hiking

Tough hike in the heat but a great view at the end. Continue up the ridge trail and finish on Chumash trail for an awesome 10 mile loop.

Dustin Rehmann
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Nick Garvey
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Hiking

Beautiful and spacious trail with great views of mountains, flowers, and small animals the whole way :)

Richelle Spears
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Hiking

After entering from the parking on the street, at the first cross roads, go down the paved road to your right. Also, there is no indication of the end. You can continue going up the path for a very long time which is very lovely. A reminder to people as the trails are getting more populated, PICK UP YOUR TRASH! Pack out what you bring in

Dustin Rehmann
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HikingNo shade

Beautiful spring hiking. Flowers just starting to show up. A lot more crowded with the safe at home order.

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Lindsey Cardilino
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Mountain biking

Kicked my butt

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Mark G.
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Hiking

Plenty of oak trees, grassy meadows, small stream and scenic cliffs. Not much vertical which makes it nice for a fast walk or jog. Great find in Simi Valley! Who knew?

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Cindysue Compton
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Hiking

This is a great running trail or more casual hiking. If you just do the bottom trail (before you start up the mountain) It's almost 4 miles one way. You can actually loop this trail by going up the mountain and follow the trail to Chumash trail (there will be a sign) then take it to the neighborhood to your right (which is Evening Sky Dr) but that will extend your hike to 10+ and would be more of a rated Hard hike then Moderate. I have spotted several different wildlife while hiking this trail. It's very pretty and the trail is wide enough for both hikers and mountain bikers.

Ken Rice
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HikingNo shade

Little shade. Very wide trail. It’s basically a two car width dirt road. Trail marked with mile markers. Best views near end of trail. Lots of birds. Not as many flowers as other nearby trails. I saw no snakes but many snake trails. Good for walking dogs, jogging or biking because of trail width. Trail is maintained. You could run into city park people or fire department vehicles.

On The Trail With B.
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HikingNo shade

Wide dirt road with lots of mountain bikers.

Marcelle T
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HikingNo shade
First to Review

Amazing trail. Clean. Safe. Quite. Some shade. Plenty nature. Medium grade. Good for older teens & adults. Mountain bikes are allowed. Best to go during rain season. Very clear trail markings and layout. Lashed Dogs are allowed.

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Bill Heiller
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Kimberlee McDonald
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Long Tran
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Desmond Burt
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Kimberlee McDonald
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Bill Heiller
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Diane Braun
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Kimberlee McDonald
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Kimberlee McDonald
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Thomas User
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Chris Buratti
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Sarah Schmidt
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Wayne Kenton
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Kimberlee McDonald
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Thomas User
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