Looking for a great trail in Los Robles Open Space, California? AllTrails has 6 great hiking trails, trail running trails, views trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. Ready for some activity? There are 5 moderate trails in Los Robles Open Space ranging from 2.9 to 11.5 miles and from 764 to 1,548 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!




dogs on leash

This hike has a little bit of everything. Going counter-clockwise the front half has a little bit of elevation gain and not much shade. The latter half is well shaded and mostly downhill except for the last small section on Moorpark Rd. Nice views on the way up and around Vista Loop. Not too many people out as I only saw a few mountain bikers.

7 days ago

Good little trail with great views, the parking area for this one is a 1/4 mile away from the main park entrance

Started really late in the day and turned into a headlamp hike on the way back. Easy trail with rolling hills although not much to see in the way of views. Kid friendly and stroller possible with a few rutted areas. With 3 little ones it took just over an hour and 10 minutes.

Mostly shaded trail. I went late in the day since this trail is mainly used by mountain bikers. I only saw a few bikers on the trail. Easy walk and all the work is in the first 1.5 miles. Nice views and plenty of juvenile lizards out and about.

My favorite and most beautiful hiking trail!

We went clockwise around the trail. Pretty easy to follow. Mostly incline for the first half and decline for the second half. It starts off narrow but turns into a much wider trail pretty early on and stays that way. You’ll see birds, lizards, and mountain bikers in August. And if you follow our exact path, there’s a pretty nice view of the surrounding area at the halfway point. I recommend it for a pretty good workout if it’s hot.

This was a pretty good trail. The beginning is all open sun with only a few shady spots to stop for a second. The incline was in little spirts, not all at once which was great for my kids. A mile in, you come to a shady area with a bench and a dried up river (in August). You then start climbing up to the highest point. At the 2 mile mark you reach the vista point overlooking all of conejo valley and begin your descend. You finally reach an area where you cross a bridge and enter this forest type area which is rather beautiful in the late afternoon. The trail exits on a side street and you walk back on the main road to the beginning trailhead.

Good easy one with a scenic beauty

Easy trail. Picnic bench is a nice shady stop for water. Dog enjoys this trail.

Great hike, watch out for mountain bikers.

Great hike with fantastic views. Hike consists of long switchbacks. Incredible views of Thousand Oaks and Newbury Park. A bit rocky during certain parts of the hike. You will definitely be sharing the hike with bicyclists along the way.

off trail
5 months ago

over grown
private property
6 months ago

great trail....I tried to to half of it and think I was pretty close.....says it's an equestrian trail too. I'd be afraid to ride there for sure. out of maybe 10 bikers only 2 had bells...and there are tons of places to get band new ones. at all the trail signs. as someone who's been thrown 2 times bc of bikers coming out of a blind corner at a warp speed w no warning....sad we can't share the trails....

I enjoy this trail a lot. I do it often. Some parts remind me of being in a forest. There is a fork at one point. That allows you to get to Trifuno Park in westlake. Shows it’s about another 3 miles from that marker. It’s a very nice hike. Some areas where you start to climb. Nothing too crazy but it can get your heart rate up there.

One of the coolest things about this trail is that the beginning features tall trees that create a shady canopy so you feel like you're in Northern California. After that, the trail is kind of boring for a while, and kind of narrow and overgrown in places. There isn't much shade anywhere else. Once you get up the hill, the single-track path widens and takes you to a meadow-like area (no shade) where you can do the Vista Loop and also turn off onto various other trails, so follow your map carefully and don't get lost. The views from the Vista Loop are beautiful, and there's an interesting contrast of the 101 Freeway, Newbury Park, and civilization on one side and open space and farmland on the other. It felt very desolate, which could either be a good thing or creepy depending on your disposition. The loop trail is steep in places and I was glad I had my hiking poles, but a fit hiker with good knees would be fine without poles.

Pleasant 3.5 mile hike. Starts out on Los Robles with gradual ascent. Then transitions to Vista Loop with nice panoramic of Conejo Valley. Ends on Los Padres with plenty of shade provided by large oaks.

7 months ago

Easy shaded hike

It was a decent and short trail. Easy workout. Wish people would pick up their pet poop on the trail.

Eastern side is nice and shaded with a little creek and a few springtime flowers!

Great trail. A lot of uphills but a great hike.

Easy, shaded and flat to start and then inclines up to Robles trail

Not a ton of wildflowers (hiked 3/17), but nicely vegetated with a pleasant oak-shaded brook at the end.

great. lots of shady spots and water

no shade
8 months ago

great local trail and beautiful views.

off trail
9 months ago

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