Weather for walking in Cheviot Hills is sunny, warm, and dry all year. Los Angeles experiences few rainy days. Rain is rarely a factor when traversing the neighborhood and cold temperatures even less so in this hot Mediterranean climate.
The terrain has hills, elevation changes, inclines, and roads which curve to flow the terrain. Hills are not especially steep and most pedestrians and pets can negotiate them without too much trouble. The Rancho Park Golf Course and Hillcrest Country Club border the community on the north and provide sightlines of open green spaces for adjacent residents. The neighborhood is quiet and park-like and people with pets that live here find it a refuge from surrounding urban Los Angeles without giving up access to local amenities.
The nearby country club area also contains the Cheviot Hills Park and Recreation Center which provides paved walking trails through the landscaped property with picnic tables and barbecue pits that residents with dogs can enjoy in the vicinity. The area also provides sports facilities and athletic fields with night lighting, a pool, and a playground area. Palms Park Recreation Center offers recreational facilities as well] including basketball courts and a playground as well as picnic tables, barbecue pits, and trails with green spaces to explore as you and your furry friend stroll the region. There's even a footbridge crossing the nearby tracks.
Residents near the golf and country clubs can enjoy this cool greenway from adjacent roadways. Stroll along these streets with beautiful homes and landscaping on one side and the golf course greens and trees on the other side for a park-like experience. Your dog won't know he's not on a 'real' greenway!