Newbury Park-Potrero Road to Angel Vista

Trail Stats: 5 miles round trip; 1350 ft total elevation gain This route is an out and back. This trail is used mainly by hikers and mountain bikers. The trail connects Los Robles Trail to Point Mugu State Park. Los Robles Trail begins at a pretty, quaint dirt parking lot on the east end of Potrero Rd. The parking lot doesn’t get crowded on the weekends and is equipped with a picnic table, drinking fountain, and a horse waterer.   Buy the Trail...

Thousand Oaks-Sunset Hills Trail to Reservoir Loop

Trail Stats: 4 miles, 875 ft. elevation gain After a rain, the footing can be soft causing holes with horse traffic. This trail has a lot of climbing. If you are looking for seclusion, this trail is rarely traveled. The footing is mainly rocky with smooth footing near the reservoir. The grade is moderate with a long steep climb. When the trail drops down by the reservoir, it becomes very picturesque.   Buy the Trail...

Backbone Trail – Kanan Road to Corral Canyon Road

Trail Stats: 6.3 miles, 12.6 round trip, 2600 ft. elevation Popular single track trail with many blind turns. The trail drops in and out of the canyons with partial shade to full sun. The footing changes frequently from firm smooth ground to loose rocks and sandstone. The hills range from moderate to steep sections. This is an intermediate to advanced bike ride.   Watch the Video     Buy the Trail...

Backbone Trail – Sandstone Peak Trail

Trail Stats: 1.5 miles, 1000 ft elevation This is a steep rocky trail to the highest point in the Santa Monica Mountains with amazing 360 views. There is rock scrambling near the top of the climb.   Buy the Trail Book    

Backbone Trail – Encinal Canyon Rd to Yerba Buena Rd – Malibu

Trail Stats: 9.2 miles one way, 18.4 miles round trip, 2500 ft total elevation gain NOTE: The trail trespasses through private property on Eltz Meloy Mtwy, National Park Service has asked the public not to use Eltz Meloy Mtwy while an easement is being pursued. Check the NPS website or multiusetrails.com for status. Some day we will enjoy this lovely trail.   The trail is a great beginner/intermediate ride or any level. The single track is very pleasant with sweeping turns, smooth footing, and a gradual incline with partial shade and ocean views on the first 3.5 miles. The steep fire road climb begins for approximately 1.5 miles with ocean views leading to another single track with ocean views for approximately 4 miles. The grade is moderate and the footing is...