Hidden Villa is open via reservation system! Learn more on our visit page. Thank you!

Hiking Trails

Like our founder, Josephine Duveneck, said, “Becoming aware of the relationship with all living things to other living things is the key to knowing ourselves”. One great way to do that is go for a hike! At Hidden Villa, we have a network of scenic trails for every level of hiker (see trail descriptions below map).

Exploring Hidden Villa’s farm and wilderness area offers many opportunities for both adventure and peaceful reflection. To ensure the community’s safety, we are reopening using a reservation-only system, with access to a limited number of visitors and trails in a one-way capacity.

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In addition, Hidden Villa’s most popular trail loops and some new self-guided tours are now accessible on the Easy2Hike mobile application.

Download the Easy2Hike app for both iOS and Android devices.

Trail Map

Please note: Our hiking trails are currently one way to support social distancing. Please check the kiosk at Hidden Villa for current trails openings, conditions, and direction.

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Explore Our Trails

Please note: Our hiking trails are currently one way to support social distancing. Please check the kiosk at Hidden Villa for current trails openings, conditions, and direction.

Open Hiking Trails:
Creek-Pipeline: 1.3-mile loop, gentle 240’ elevation gain
Creek-Pipeline-Toyon-Hostel: 2-mile loop; steep 500’ elevation gain
Creek-Grapevine-Hostel: 2.5-mile loop; steep 430’ elevation gain
Access to Rancho San Antonio via Hostel Loops

Temporarily Closed (estimated re-open – late September):
Shorty Bunny Loop: 1.25-mile loop; steep 250′ elevation gain
Long Bunny Loop: 1.6-mile loop, steep 250′ elevation gain
Access to Rancho San Antonio via Creek to Ewing Hill