Las Virgenes Canyon Trail/Sheep Corral Trail

Trail Stats: 9.2 miles, 1050 ft elevation gain This is a very popular intermediate to advanced mountain bike trail with a moderate grade. The footing ranges from firm smooth ground, loose rocks, uneven terrain to sandy patches.  

Calabasas – Secret Trail /Calabasas Peak Trail / Red Rock Canyon Park

Trail Stats: 4.1 miles one way, 8.2 miles round trip; 1800 ft total elevation gain A one way trip to Red Rock Canyon Park which makes this route a 4.1 mile one-way trip with 1800 ft total elevation gain.  This trail begins on a technical single track through the sandstone peaks winding through the canyon through seasonal creek crossings leading to Calabasas Peak Trail.   Buy the Trail...

Calabasas-Juan Bautista De Anza to Las Virgenes View Trail

Trail Stats: 8 miles one way, 1100 ft elevation gain one way This is an out-and-back or a one way trip with an opportunity to drop off a car or trailer at one end of the trail with .2 mile on a dirt path alongside Las Virgenes Rd to enter Malibu Creek State Park. The trail is a single track heading south the entire trip. The footing is firm and smooth with some rocks, and the grade is moderate with a section of steep short hills. The trail rolls along grassy hills spotted with walnut and oak trees. Watch the Video Buy the Trail...

Calabasas-Grassland Trail to Las Virgenes View Trail

Trail Stats: 8.6 miles, 1300 ft  elevation gain This route can be combined with the Bark Park Trail to Millenium Trail Loop. There is one mile of street riding on Las Virgenes Rd. Some of the trails have signs, others do not. The footing is mostly firm smooth ground, loose in sections. The hills are moderate with a couple steep hills. The route begins in Malibu Creek State Park off of Mulholland Hwy. The trail is .1 mile west of Las Virgenes Rd on the north side of the street.   Watch the Video   Buy the Trail...

Calabasas – Bark Park Trail / Millenium Trail

Trail Stats: 13.6 miles,  2600 ft elevation There are two sections of very steep switchbacks with a 50–ft drop. The Millenium Trail can be traveled in either direction, although the clockwise direction is recommended. The trail is narrow and on the edge of a hill at times. There is a lot of climbing in and out of the canyons on a single track with a moderate grade, many switchbacks, some too tight to ride on a bike.     Watch the video Buy the Trail...

Malibu Creek State Park-Talepop Trail/Grassland Trail

Trail Stats: 4.8 miles, 400 ft elevation gain The route is flat with a mild climb. The footing is firm and smooth with patches of a few rocks. Bikes are allowed on the beginning of the ride on Grassland Trail; bikes are not allowed on Talepop Trail. The route begins in Malibu Creek State Park off of Mulholland Hwy. Follow Grassland Trail to Talepop Trail. Talepop trail will gently climb a narrow single track trail leading to panoramic views.   Buy the Trail...