Porter Ranch: Aliso Canyon, Palisades, Sesnon And Limekiln Trails

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Porter Ranch: Aliso Canyon, Palisades, Sesnon And Limekiln Trails is a 8 mile out and back trail located near Porter Ranch, California and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail.

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Jessica Fleming (82)

1 Completed1 Reviews

It was nice but lots of people on a Saturday evening. Coyotes are out so keep an eye open!

Jessica E. (108)

Christina Wisdom (151)

1 Completed1 Reviews

Good hike.

Kevin Ramos (103)

1 Completed1 Reviews

On 4/24/15 at 6:00 pm there was a coyote that came out the trail onto rinaldi. it's not common, but coyotes are seen from time to time around Porter ranch since it's by the mountains. Just a heads up, maybe bring a pocket knife or a small metal pole.

Caleb Jones (173)

5 Completed5 Reviews

This is an easy hike 3.8 miles round trip if you leave Aliso park toward Sesnon and back. Brisk walkers can do it in an hour. Horse an bike trail too so pay attention on blind curves but not too many people. Natural setting with seasonal streams. Nice!

Fern Campos (82)

2 Completed2 Reviews

Limekiln Canyon is another treasured gem for MTB riders in the north San Fernando Valley area. The trail starts at the top right off of Tampa Bd and Sesnon. The trail is only 1.7 miles and has a great variety . . . short/steep single trail, crumbly old asphalt, two stream crossings and a major jump half way down (if you have the guts to go off of it, please keep in mind that this is a blind jump; have someone ride ahead and give you the go ahead so that you don't hit a hiker). This trail is great for working on technique and is great for all skill levels.

Emilio Rivera (228)

3 Completed3 Reviews

Nice easy hike, lots of various trails you can follow. Feels like you're in some part of Washington or somewhere, definitely a good place to go to disconnect from the hustle and bustle of the city. Cool creek you can follow and an abandoned car that drove off of the high overpass lol

Tony Orozco (173)

2 Completed2 Reviews

Not a bad trail. 1.71 miles from Rinaldi to Senson. Nice creek, easy trail, hills are easy unless you run up the hills; then they can be moderate. They have some pull up bars there too so you can continue a work out.

Scott Miller (2036)

23 Completed23 Reviews

I've seen tracks for Limekiln the Canyon Trail and tracks for Alisa Canyon Trail but none that connected the two until I just added one today. Pick a beautiful morning after a windswept night and bring a camera to capture the sights!

Ariadna K. (85)

Very Awesome Local Get Away!