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northridgmom

Just curious - can you guess the ages of any of the young ones hiking with their parents? Would love to start doing these kinds of things with my kiddies...

Michele

I saw a dad with three kids between about four to seven-years old. Of course some of the boulders are much too big, but there are some rocks that are low and flat enough for kids that young to climb around along the flat area of Stoney Point. Not the first big boulder you see people scaling, but as the trail takes a bend.

Obviously the bigger, higher formations are meant for serious rock climbers, which is why I took the trail.

When my daughter was younger, she'd have fun walking with me and looking for lizards. Actually, her favorite place for walking while looking for lizards and frogs was Malibu Creek Park on Malibu Canyon, just West of Mulholland. It's a great place for kids.

If you've never been there, I have photos of Malibu Creek Park filed in my all about Los Angeles archive - listed on left. Just click and scroll down.

Brooks

Along with my own blog and Los Angeles photobloggers, I also run this site, which hasn't been updated in a while.

http://ayola.com/stoney

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