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Meadow View

A cache by VCTrails Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 1/18/2009
Difficulty:
1 out of 5
Terrain:
3.5 out of 5

Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

This cache is in a location that overlooks the meadow on the Topanga Ridge Trail, about 0.3 miles from where the trail starts on Calabasas Peak Motorway.

The Topanga Ridge Trail is a beautiful but rocky and often steep ridgeline trail that climbs through the amazing sandstone formations just east of Stunt Road in Calabasas. Although not very long, only strong hikers should attempt this trail!

To get to the trail, park on Stunt Road in Calabasas where Calabasas Peak Motorway meets it (N34° 5.712', W118° 38.957'). Hike up Calabasas Peak Motorway 0.6 miles to Red Rock Road. The trail heads uphill to the south-east from here. Or you can park at Red Rock Park (fee area) at the end of the pavement on Red Rock Road, roughly N34° 6.311', W118° 38.243', and hike the 1.1 miles to Calabasas Peak Mtwy. Or, from the top, park at the overlook at the intersection of Stunt Road and Saddle Peak Road, N34° 4.88', W118° 38.711', then hike north-east on the Topanga Ridge Motorway.

Waypoints for these parking spots are listed in "Bite the Bullet" (GC1M0JA) (visit link)

The cache is a camo'd food container.

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