Topanga – Caballero Canyon Trail / Sullivan Canyon Loop

Trail Stats: 14 miles, 2177 ft elevation gain The grade is moderate, and the footing varies from soft and firm to rocky in places. The climb up Caballero Canyon Trail is gradual leading to a steeper section with deep ruts from the rain. There is some shade on the pleasant Sullivan Canyon Trail with a moderate grade. This route can be crowded on the weekends. The ride is good for hiking, mountain biking and horseback riding.   Buy the Trail...

Topanga-Mulholland Drive to San Vicente Mountain Park

Trail Stats: 3.6 miles one way, 7.2 miles round trip; 800 ft total elevation NOTE: The MRCA has installed hidden cameras at the stop sign near the top of Reseda Blvd at the Marvin Braude Mulholland Gateway Park. The fine for running the stop sign is $100. This trail is good for families, novice mountain bikers, horseback riders, and hikers. The area gets hot in the summer time with no shade until you reach San Vicente Mountain Park. The trail follows along Mulholland Drive on a gravel/dirt road leading to San Vicente Mountain Park. There are restrooms, a drinking fountain, a lovely panoramic view spot, and picnic benches in the shade.   Buy the Trail...

Topanga State Park-Temescal Ridge Fire Road/East Topanga Fire Road

Trail Stats: 16 miles, 2600 ft elevation gain There are four miles of street riding to connect the trails to do the entire loop. There is limited street parking on steep, narrow streets in Pacific Palisades.  Horse trailer parking is recommended at the main entrance of the park. For equestrians: From the main parking lot take East Topanga Fire Rd south (right turn) toward the Parker Mesa Overlook for a 3 mile one way trip. Hikers and mountain bikers may begin at Trailer Canyon trailhead on Michael Lane. To avoid street travel, an out and back is recommended with 11.3 miles one way. The fire road skirts along the edge of the park beginning in Pacific Palisades and ending in Pacific Palisades. You will pass near the main entrance.   Buy the Trail...

Topanga-Backbone Trail to Will Rogers State Park

Trail Stats: 10.3 miles one way, 20.6 miles roundtrip; 3400 ft total elevation gain Backbone to Will Rogers is an out-and-back following the Backbone single track trail dropping down to Will Rogers State Park with ocean views. Backbone Trail has a moderate grade and gets steeper as you near the bottom near Will Rogers. The footing varies with firm, smooth, and loose with rocks. There is a 300–ft section just past the view point above Will Rogers State Park to walk your bike because the trail becomes narrow,  steep, and rocky. Backbone Trail is good for hikers, mountain bikers, and equestrians.   Buy the Trail...

Topanga State Park-Caballero Canyon/Sullivan Canyon/Westridge Trail

Trail Stats: 16.3 miles, 2500 ft elevation gain The trails are a combination of non-technical, wide-open fire roads with full sun exposure and a shaded fire road that has become a single track trail. The route begins up Caballero Canyon Trail. The trail begins flat in the wash, and  narrows beginning the ascent up the hill with ruts from the rain. The grade is moderate with firm and loose footing and rocky sections. This route is good to hike, bike, and horseback ride.   Buy the Trail...