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Get an up close look at sycamore, oak, willow and black walnut trees along Zuma Loop Trail

Zuma Loop Trail is an easy 2-mile hike; bicycles prohibited. Traveling along the base of Zuma Canyon, this trail features large and graceful sycamore, oak, willow and black walnut trees in a rare hardwood riparian environment. Also discover dry wash plant communities. These delicate looking plants have the ability to bend under the weight of raging waters, ensuring their survival year after year.

Dogs must be on leash at all times. For the consideration of others, please clean up after your pet. Trail closures may be in effect during and following significant rainfall to protect park resources. Trails will be re-opened when dry enough to sustain public use.

Directions: From Agoura Hills, CA, Travel US 101 / Ventura Freeway to Kanan Road. Head south on Kanan Road to reach Zuma / Trancas Canyons. When the road ends at Pacific Coast Highway, turn right (east) and travel a short distance to Bonsall Drive. Turn right and travel it to the parking lot. Horse trailer parking available. Note: Trail access also is available off Busch Drive, which is just west of Bonsall Drive.

Distance: 2 miles

Difficulty: Easy

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Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area, California

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