Surrounding Nature

In addition to the prominent ridgeline trails just above Aliento, the Paseo Aliento trail will add three more miles of paths. They meander through our neighborhoods and connect with the existing public trail system providing more opportunities for walking, hiking and biking for our residents.

Dogwood Park

1) DRY CREEK
2) NATIVE FOCAL TREE
3) CONCRETE PATH
4) PATH
5) DOG PARK
6) NATIVE GRASSES

Bothwell Park

1) NATIVE PLANTING
2) NATIVE GRASSES
3) NATIVE FOCAL TREE
4) PATH
5) ENHANCED WALKWAY
6) TURF
7) BENCH LOOKOUT
8) BENCH SEATING
9) TRAIL SIGNAGE
10) TRAIL BY OTHERS
11) OVERHEAD STRUCTURE

Ventada Park

1) NATIVE PLANTING
2) RIPARIAN AREA
3) NATIVE FOCAL TREE
4) PATH
5) BENCH SEATING
6) MEADOW GRASS
7) NATIVE GRASSES

Arboleda Park

1) PEDESTRIAN WALK
2) COVERED PICNIC AREA
3) EQUESTRIAN REST STATION
4) PUBLIC RESTROOM
5) EQUESTRIAN TRAIL ACCESS
6) EMERGENCY VEHICULAR
7) ACCESS
8) EXISTING STREET LIGHT
9) COMMUNITY VEHICULAR
10) ENTRY GATE
11) BENCH
12) MONUMENTATION SIGN
13) VIA PRINCESSA EQUESTRIAN ACCESS WALK

Outdoors

• Direct access to almost 4 miles of existing multipurpose trails that accommodate walking, biking and horseback riding.
• 6,000 acres of open space in Santa Clarita
• Site abuts the Angeles National Forest
• Outdoor adventure: biking, hiking, horseback riding
and nearby Castaic Lake

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It’s a modern, unique take on timeless, resort-style living. Aliento means Breath in Spanish. And it’s a place to catch yours.

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