MT. REXMORE, LOCATED IN THE HILLS BETWEEN CHATSWORTH AND SIMI VALLEY, CALIFORNIA
Mt. Rexmore is a 118 acre wilderness preserve purchased by the Chatsworth Pinnacles Wilderness Project in late 2013. The property includes two peaks and a system of hiking trails.
The property is a key link in the the wildlife and hiking corridor that connects Los Angeles and Ventura County's park systems to those in the rest of California.
The property hosts a large population of deer and smaller native animals. The land also has rocky outcrops which are home to the federally-protected endangered species known as the Santa Susana Tarplant (Photos from Google)
Other native plants found at the preserve:
coast live oak,
Catalina wild cherry,
wooly blue curls,
giant rye grass,
Indian paint brush,
sticky monkey flower,
California bay laurel
Chatsworth Pinnacles Wilderness Project is an IRS-recognized tax-deductible California charitable non-profit corporation. Our mailing address is P.O. Box 451153, Los Angeles, CA 90045
To contact us: rexfrankel at yahoo dot com
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BOUNDARIES (IN RED) AND TRAILS IN GREEN
BELOW: THE AMPHITHEATRE AND NORTH MT. REXMORE
ABOVE: Location of our preserve in Los Angeles' Rim of the Valley Park system
VIEW FROM NORTH MT. REXMORE TO SIMI VALLEY
BELOW: SOUTH MT. REXMORE WITH CHATSWORTH PEAK RISING ON THE LEFT