Let’s not let the time change keep us from hiking to stay in shape!
Las LLajas is a good evening hike in the dark. It is an even, wide road that is safer than many other hiking trails.
I will be going at a fast pace. If you are a beginner you can still join us, just do not expect us to wait for you. I suggest going with us and then turning around when we are on our way back if you are slower and you can still get your own workout in and maybe do a little less of the distance.
Distance: 6 miles
Elevation Gain: 700′
Difficulty: I will be going at intermediate pace, beginners can tag along too but not expect us to stay back with you.
Dogs: No dogs please
Water Fountain: No
Parking: Free street parking just note the signs.
Trail: Out and back, semi paved/gravel road
Sunset: 4:45pm bring a headlamp or flashlight
Weather: Fall evening weather, maybe breezy
Known Dangers: Rattlesnakes, slip-‘n-fall, poison oak all can be encountered on this trail
Bring: Flashlight/headlamp possibly a light layer
Water, I recommend at least a liter, maybe more if you sweat a lot, also if you get hungry, bring a personal snack.
COVID-19 DISCLAIMER / RULES
Please follow the guidelines under the California Department of Public Health (CDPH). https://covid19.ca.gov/
COVID information for Ventura and LA counties:
Your participation means you agree with the observance of mandated COVID-19 safety measures and you agree to follow these rules:
• Each participant will observe social distancing of 6 ft. among ourselves.
• It is required to carry a mask and wear it through the duration of the hike. Of course we remove our masks when we can but…
• Be considerate and wear your mask when near each other or near other hikers passing by.
• Cover your mouth with your elbow if you need to sneeze or cough.
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