3998 Solstice Canyon Rd
Malibu, CA, US 90263
Malibu, CA, US 90263
Solstice Canyon Overview
Bring your pet out for a bit of exercise on this mild hike, which afford breathtaking views of the ocean. Pets welcome on-leash.
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Average Rating:Solstice Canyon in Malibu, CA, US has an average rating of 4.7 based on 6 member reviews.
Taylor in Simi Valley
I went hiking with my best friend, her little sister, my golden retriever, and her Brittany spaniel mix. The dogs loved it. Even though the dogs were supposed to be on leashes at all time, especially around the ruins, no one really cares if they are off leash as long as they are friendly to other dogs and people. Gorgeous nature, lots of shade, and amazing sights. Highly recommended. I didn't let my dog swim but the dogs love to swim in the little creek near the end of the trail.
John in Los Angeles
Dean in Fields needs to relax
Dogs Not Allowed
Dean in Fields
Dogs are not allowed past the ruins and near the waterfall. The photo of your dog in the water depicts illegal activiy and will be forwarded to rangeras. Its sad that this site promotes irresponsible dog ownership and attempts to ruin thing for hikers and swimmers. Just because you believe your dog is cute and friendly does not mean you should be allowed to force him on the rest of us
C&M in Simi Valley
Great hike with our dogs! Beautiful scenery and waterfalls.
An unexpected gem
Faith in Topanga
What a treat Solstice Canyon is, for dogs and people alike. Gorgeous scenery, easy hike (if you take the main trail) and the waterfall at the end feels like the lush green Pacific Northwest and a Disneyland attraction all at once, will deep pools, huge boulders to climb on, ruins, etc. And the dogs can have fun splashing in the water, too!
michelle in LA
great hike - especially for non-hikers... the park could use better signage for dead-end trails, and snake warnings! All in all a good way to spend Sunday morning with the pooch!