Simi Valley-Wood Ranch/Woodridge/Challenger Park

Trail Stats: 4.9 miles, 700 ft elevation gain Most of the trail is exposed to the sun with little shade. This scenic trail is good for families, novice mountain bikers, hikers, and equestrians. The footing is firm and smooth, and the hills are moderate. This trail feels like you are far away from civilization while being so close.   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...

Simi Valley – Lower Stagecoach Trail / Rocky Peak Trail / Chumash Trail

Trail Stats: 8.2 miles, 2000 ft. elevation gain There are approximately 3 miles of street riding to connect back to Corriganville Park. Most of this ride is in full sun with rocky ┬átechnical sections. This trail begins on the historic Stagecoach Trail. The trail is narrow with many ups and downs meandering through sandstone peaks. Equestrians can ride the trail until it reaches Santa Susana Pass Rd. Ride along Santa Susana Pass Rd to Rocky Peak Fire Road leading to Chumash Trail.   Buy the Trail Book   Share...