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...

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...

Zuma/Trancas Canyon – Backbone Trail to Kanan Road

Trail Stats: 11.7 miles, 2700 ft elevation gain Backbone trail is a popular hiking and mountain biking trail. After passing Backbone Trail, the area becomes very remote. Connect onto Zuma Ridge Trail for a long climb with beautiful ocean views. This route is great for anyone who loves climbing a non-technical trail in solitude. There are 1.2 miles of street riding on Kanan Rd.   Buy the Trail Book Share this:ShareFacebookGoogleTumblrPinterestTwitterLinkedInReddit

Backbone Trail – Backbone Trail to Trancas Canyon

Trail Stats: 5.1 miles one way 10.2 miles round trip, 2200 ft elevation gain round trip This route is an out and back. The elevation includes round trip. This is a picturesque, non-technical, single track with a lot of climbing. This is a good trail for a windy day. The trail is lined with tall shrubs and trees most of the time.   Buy the Trail Book Share this:ShareFacebookGoogleTumblrPinterestTwitterLinkedInReddit

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 Book   Share...