Santa Susana Pass Hike
The Santa Susana Pass Hike is a quick and scenic adventure in Southern California that features a small amount of rugged terrain and beautiful views. While out hiking the trail, you will loop around the hilly terrain of Santa Susana Pass State Historic Park, which featured the main throughway in the region during the late 1800s. Make sure to bring plenty of water, particularly during the warmer months of the year, as this trail is fairly exposed to the sun.
Join our newsletter
Get a weekly dose of discounts and inspiration for adventure lovers
Route Description for Santa Susana Pass Hike
Short, scenic, and fairly easy; the Santa Susana Pass Hike is an excellent adventure to undertake if you want to experience some of the natural beauty of Southern California without the fuss and congestion of more popular trails.
Setting out from the trailhead, you will make your way to the northwest along the Andorra Trail as it runs parallel to a creek. Eventually, you will head right at a fork and begin looping around Santa Susana Pass State Historic Park, taking in the natural beauty of the rugged landscape and the sprawling views that extend southeast toward L.A.
After climbing uphill to a rocky area that is popular with rock climbers - known as The Labyrinth - you will head to the southeast to meet up with your initial path, following it back to the southeast for the return to the trailhead where you began.
Getting to the Santa Susana Pass Hike Trailhead
The starting point for the Santa Susana Pass Hike can be found at the Andora Trailhead on Andora Avenue.
Santa Susana Pass Hike Elevation Graph
Weather ForecastCheck Area Weather
Santa Susana Pass Hike Reviews
Add a comment
You must be logged in to post a comment.