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 Book   Share...

Rancho Sierra Vista/Satwiwa/Point Mugu – Danielson Monument / Old Boney Trail

Trail Stats: 7.7 miles, 1600 ft. elevation This route is for hikers and equestrians. Bikes are not Old Boney trail. This loop is very scenic. The footing is uneven and rocky in places. The grade is moderate. The trail narrows and can be on an edge at times past the Danielson Monument. Just past the monument, Old Boney Trail has low hanging trees. If you are on horseback, dismounting and handwalking or ducking with a helmet is an option, or turn around. The trail will be crowded to this point. Once you pass the Danielson Monument, the crowds suddenly disappear.   Buy the Trail Book   Share...

Rancho Sierra Vista/Satwiwa/Point Mugu – Upper Sycamore Canyon Trail

Trail Stats: 5.6 miles, 950 ft. elevation This is a very scenic trail. Most of this trail is for hikers and equestrians. Bikes are not allowed on Upper Sycamore Canyon Trail, Old Boney Trail, and Ranch Overlook Trail. This trail begins at the equestrian parking lot and passes by the main parking area. The footing varies – asphalt, firm with rocks. Upper Sycamore Canyon Trail is a lovely shaded trail with many stream crossings.   Buy the Trail Book   Share...

Rancho Sierra Vista / Satwiwa / Point Mugu – Overlook Trail Loop

Trail Stats: 10 miles, 1000 ft. elevation Horses are not allowed at the Point Mugu entrance, but they are allowed at the La Jolla Canyon Trail entrance. Horses can take the Ray Miller Trail to Overlook Trail.  The footing is mainly firm and smooth with a rocky downhill and a moderate grade. Begin through the campsite on Sycamore Canyon Fire Road leading to Overlook Trail. Overlook trail has ocean views for most of the time.   Buy the Trail Book         Share...

Rancho Sierra Vista/Satwiwa/Point Mugu – Guadalasca Loop

Trail Stats: 16.6 miles, 2400 ft elevation gain This loop is a popular mountain biking trail with a gradual climb up Guadalasca with lush vegetation and views; fun descent down Wood Canyon Vista Trail. There is a combination of single track and roads. The footing is firm with rocks & seasonal creek crossings. The area is scenic and the hills are moderate. Equestrians can start from the equestrian parking lot following Ranch Center Road to Sycamore Canyon Road.   Watch the Video     Buy the Trail Book Share...

Newbury Park – Potrero Ridge Loop – Dos Vientos

Trail Stats: 10 miles, 1450 ft elevation gain This ride links Los Robles trail, Potrero Ridge Trail, and Sycamore Canyon. This is a fun route with fun flowing single tracks. There is street travel on busy streets and many street crossings. The footing is hard ground, loose rocks, the grade is moderate.   Buy the Trail Book Share this:ShareFacebookGoogleTumblrPinterestTwitterLinkedInReddit