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...

Thousand Oaks-Spring Canyon Trail

Trail Stats: 1.6 miles one way, 300 ft elevation gain Spring Canyon trail is an out and back. It is a popular trail used by hikers, families, and mountain bikers. Spring Canyon trail is the connector for the Los Robles West Trail. The footing is firm with rocks; the grade is moderate. The trail leads to an open field next to a park.   Share this:ShareFacebookGoogleTumblrPinterestTwitterLinkedInReddit

Thousand Oaks-Oakbrook Vista to Sandstone Hills Trail

Trail Stats: 2.9 miles one way, 1300 ft elevation gain This area is peaceful with nice views with full sun exposure. The trails are mainly wide with moderate to steep hills. Even though this trail is used by hikers and mountain bikers to connect to Oak Park and Westlake Village, it is not crowded; you may only see a couple other trail users. Once the trail passes the connection to Oak Park (on Hidden Meadows Trail), the area becomes remote. Hiking, biking, and horseback riding is recommended.   Buy the Trail Book Share...

Simi Valley-Long Canyon Loop

Trail Stats: 7.75 miles, 1600 ft elevation gain There is a lot of climbing on this ride. You will cross the street twice with a crosswalk signal. The footing is firm smooth ground, but soft and rocky in sections. The grade is moderate with a couple steep hills.   Buy the Trail Book Share this:ShareFacebookGoogleTumblrPinterestTwitterLinkedInReddit

Simi Valley-Sage Ranch Loop

Trail Stats: 2.4 miles, 400 ft. elevation gain The trail is a great getaway in a beautiful remote area. The footing is firm and smooth with sandy patches. The hills are moderate. The entire loop is on a plateau with views. It seems like the ride is downhill with a couple short hills in the counterclockwise direction. The trail is surrounded by sandstone peaks and grassy slopes. There isn’t much for shade on the trail, but there are trees to rest under.   Buy the Trail Book   Share...