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Browns Canyon Wash Trail

1.4 miles
The Browns Canyon Wash Trail is a paved path that travles through the Chatsworth Community for a mile and a half of travel. The trailhead  at the Rinaldi Street end is just across from the Sierra Canyon Lower School. The southern trail head ...

Exposition Line

12.2 miles
The Exposition corridor connects the Santa Monica coastline and Culver City in the West to Downtown LA and the University of Southern California on the East. The first phase is from Downtown to Culver City is now open, but this section is primarily ...

Fillmore Trail

1.4 miles
This short rail-trail begins at the Fillmore end of the historic Fillmore & Western Railway. The dynamic collection of railroad cars clustered around the stating - including one that houses a museum - is the highlight of the route. DIFFICULTY: Easy FOOD: There ...

Griffith Park

53 miles
Los Angeles' Griffith Park has more than 4,107 acres of preserved natural land for recreating, including hiking, biking, and horseback riding. The park is located in the eastern Santa Monica Mountain amid a landscape of semiarid chaparral foothills ...

Kern River Parkway Bike Path

20 miles
The trail's western end point is near the California State University campus and proceeds through several city parks with water and restroom facilities. The eastern end traverses through working oil fields. Watch for wildlife that inhabit this ...

Los Angeles River Trail (Project segment)

2.7 miles
When completed, the Los Angeles River Trail will connect several disjointed trails, to complete a unified 52-mile corridor leading from the San Fernando Valley, south to the ocean. Looking to piece together the Orange Line (giving access to ...

Metro Orange Line Bike Path

18.1 miles
The Metro Orange Line Bike Path is an 18-mile rail-trail paralleling Metro's Orange Line rapid busway in the northern neighborhoods of Los Angeles. It stretches from North Hollywood to Chatsworth along the former Southern Pacific Railroad Burbank ...

Mission City Bike Trail

2.9 miles
The Mission City Bike Trail passes through the small city of San Fernando along the active metrolink tracks, roughly paralleling San Fernando Blvd. The trail connects residential neighborhoods to the commercial uses along San Fernando and parks ...

Ojai Valley Trail

9.5 miles
A favorite among rail-trail enthusiasts, the Ojai Valley Trail extends about 9.5 miles north of Ventura from Foster Park in Oak View to the southwestern outskirts of Ojai. Combining this trail with the Ventura River Trail, which extends southward ...

Palos Verdes Loop

24 miles
Over half of the miles are along the Pacific Ocean. Great route to build both time in the saddle as well as a great cumulative verticle workout.

Rincon Bike Trail

3.6 miles
Rincon Bike Trail offers both beautiful views of the Santa Barbara Channel and an important alternative to Highway 101 for bicyclists. The trail begins at Rincon County Beach Park, a popular surfing spot just outside of Carpinteria, and heads ...

San Fernando Road Metrolink Bike Path

12 miles
Broken into three phases, this bike path is partially completed. The San Fernando Road Bike Path follows the Metrolink light rail tracks which are already in place. With a completed 1.75 mile section servicing the San Fernando Metrolink stop, ...

San Francisquito Trail

4.36 miles
This trail provides many communities a N-S corridor which connection neighborhoods with schools, parks, retail and additional trails. Terminating near Legacy Christian Academy, this trail serves many commuting students. With beautiful vistas ...

Santa Clara River Trail (Chuck Pontius Commuter Rail Trail)

7.1 miles
The Santa Clara River Trail follows the Santa Clara River, Los Angeles County's last, for the most part, unchanneled river. The trail connects the City of Santa Clarita's four communities: Newhall, Saugus, Canyon Country and Valencia. It includes ...
Crushed Stone

Sierra Highway Bike Path

7.1 miles
The Sierra Highway Bike Path runs between the Metrolink tracks and Sierra Highway, connecting the communities of Palmdale and Lancaster. The path helps commuters access the Metrolink stations and also provide a recreational route for residents. ...

South Fork Trail

8.32 miles
This trail provides many of Santa Clarita's residential communities with access to the area's great trails. Easily accessible by Placertia Jr. High School near its southern end, this additionally provides additional school transit options for ...

Taft Sunset Railway Trail

1.25 miles
A short segment through the town of Taft follows a greenbelt that was the alignment of the Sunset Railtoad. Kern County is investigating trail extension to connect across the valley to Bakersfield.

Ventura Beach Trail

2.5 miles
The scenic Ventura Beach Trail, also called the Omar Rains trail, begins near the mouth of the Venture River and the Ventura River Trail. The trail goes along the promenade and past Ventura Pier, heading south and east to San Buenaventura State ...

Ventura River Trail (Ojai Valley Trail Extension)

6 miles
The Ventura River Valley Trail follows the former Ventura and Ojai Valley Railroad right-of-way, from Main Street in Ventura north to Casitas Vista Road at Foster Park northeast of town. Here the trail continues as the Ojai Valley Trail.The ...

West Santa Ana Branch/ Pacific Electric Corridor

20 miles
The Pacific Electric Right-of-Way (PE ROW) / West Santa Ana Branch Corridor is a railroad right-of-way that extends for approximately 20 miles between the City of Paramount in Los Angeles County and the City of Santa Ana in Orange County. The ...