Thousand Oaks-Santa Rosa Trail/Lower Butte Trail

Trail Stats: 4 miles, 700 ft elevation gain Mesa Trail and Santa Rosa Trail in Wildwood Park are active trails. Many people turn back at the top of the Santa Rosa Trail. Santa Rosa Trail is a steep rocky trail lined with cactus that climbs up steep switchbacks. The footing is loose in sections and the cactus is very close to the edge of the trail. There are panoramic views at the top of Santa Rosa Trail. The volcanic rocks on the Santa Rosa Trail makes the trail challenging and fun for mountain bikers. This trail is not recommended for children and equestrians.   Buy the Trail Book Share...

Los Robles West Trail (Space Mountain)

Trail Stats: 8 miles, 1450 ft elevation gain Los Robles Trail – Popular single track with switchbacks on Los Robles west trail climbing up and over a picturesque canyon leading to Angel Vista with ocean and mountain views. This trail begins at Greenmeadow, and can also begin at the Moorpark Rd trailhead. This is a favorite for mountain biking. Intermediate riders should be able to ride most, if not all, of the Los Robles Trail, but it is not recommended for beginners. This ride can also be an out and back avoiding street travel or begin at the bottom of Rosewood and hike up to Angel Vista. Equestrians should be cautious on this trail. The Los Robles Trail is heavily traveled by mountain bikers with many blind turns, drop offs, and 1 mile of street...

Thousand Oaks-Autumn Ridge to Montgomery Trail

Trail Stats: 7.1 miles, 1400 ft elevation gain Autumn Ridge trail begins in Lang Ranch. The trail makes a loop in Simi Valley. There are lovely view spots along the way. The footing is firm and smooth with soft sections due to horse travel. This route doesn’t get crowded on weekends and holidays and is recommended for mountain bikers, horseback riders, and hikers.   Buy the Trail Book   Share this:ShareFacebookGoogleTumblrPinterestTwitterLinkedInReddit

Thousand Oaks – Meadow Vista Trail / Alapay Trail

Trail Stats: 4.1 miles, 800 ft elevation gain This route is good for horseback riding, mountain biking, and hiking. The footing is firm and smooth for most of the ride with a couple of sections of rocks. You will be in full sun almost the entire time. The trail is wide (approximately 10 ft) for most of the ride except .25 mile through the trees. The trail skirts along the edge of the mountain north leading to a panoramic view spot. The streets are wide with dirt sidewalks and there is plenty of flat, street parking to accommodate a horse trailer.   Watch the video   Buy the Trail Book Share...

Thousand Oaks – Hillcrest Open Space

Trail Stats: 4.5 miles, 1400 ft elevation gain The recommended direction of travel for mountain biking and hiking is counter clockwise traveling down the steep hill, and clockwise for horseback riders traveling up the steep hill. This area is wide open with no shade, steep non-technical hills, and wide fire roads. The footing is hard packed with few rocks. There are panoramic views on the ridge. This area is dry. Hillcrest Open Space Video   Buy the Trail Book Share this:ShareFacebookGoogleTumblrPinterestTwitterLinkedInReddit