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 Book Share...

Moorpark – Happy Camp Loop

Trail Stats: 10.4 miles, 1600 ft elevation gain There isn’t any water available on this ride, and little shade once you reach Big Mountain. This trail makes a great horseback ride and hike, but the deep sand can be difficult for a bike. The footing has many sandy sections, firm ground on the top of the mountain with loose rocks, rutted at times. The grade is moderate with a steep, rutted hill.   Buy the Trail Book   Share...

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 Book   Share...