Explore the most popular mountain biking trails near Agoura Hills with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

mountain biking
17 days ago

Rattlesnakes are out in full force now. My son had a baby one cross the trail right in front of his bike

Went on hike on Sunday April 29 a group of 10 around noon. There were plenty of parking spots. Park rangers were there to provide information of trails. Considering weekend, not many people were on the trails. All hikers we met along the way were very friendly. We’ll definitely go back.

Good old reliable cheseboro

The whole family loved the trail.

hiking
3 months ago

Most of the bikers were friendly, but some of the trail was very narrow and the bikers go so fast that it’s not the best place to hike with dogs. But it was a good hike.

Nice meadows. Did this loop in about an hour and 15. My fitbit calculated 3 miles even.

3 months ago

I got lost ended up in oak park

it’s a very good trail.

Ran this trail yesterday and it was absolutely beautiful. I'll be making it a regular!

5 months ago

Great trail
Lots of bikers on weekends
Too much horse poop to give it a 5

hiking
5 months ago

Love this trail! Extremely low traffic and stunning views. Good challenging incline, but great flats to run as well.

hiking
5 months ago

Well traveled, nice amount of shade. Groomed trail. Mostly flat with a couple steep climbs but nothing technical or difficult.

trail running
6 months ago

Good open trails with lots of options. Trail is soft in spots and because of all the options it’s easy to get flipped around or lost. The middle peak is nice, but the trail is pretty bland otherwise. There is trails for all skill levels.

challenging on a hot day, but totally worth it

hiking
8 months ago

Lots of mt. bikes. We entered the loop from Doubletree Lane, so only 7 miles for us.

Saw three deer today (Sept 19,2017) hiking this trail. See my milepost on my recording Cheeseboro Canyon View attached to Cheeseboro Canyon View Trail. Always great to see deer. It wasn't near dawn or dusk but about 11:45. It was a cloudy cooler day. There was a doe with male and female fawns. Doe stayed pretty well hidden but fawns were out in the open. Both the young ones and I had a staring contest but they were unperturbed.

hiking
8 months ago

200 ft from our car we saw a family of deer. Within 15 minutes we reached the top of a hill with a 360 degree view the grassy plain & mountains. We hiked a little bit further to the rock pool, which was refreshing even in the heat of summer. We spent a little too much time at the rock pool, so we didnt get to explore many of the other trails. If I end up in this area again, this will for sure be a stop.

I used my jogging stroller and it worked OK. I would do it again.

hiking
10 months ago

Awesome hike! It was extremely easy, and mostly flat. It was very scenic and parking is free on the Mulholland Highway. It was also very shady after dropping to Crags Road.

mountain biking
11 months ago

Difficult climb on dead cow trail as it is full of channels and holes. But a great down hill ride after the climb.

hiking
Monday, May 22, 2017

Really peaceful Canyon, mostly wide trail, better to hike in cooler evening. I've hiked in midday and the sun kinda wipes you out as there are limited shade and breezes. Well travelled by bikers and hikers, listen for the bike bells and step to the left!

Mother's Day hike with my family. Beautiful mountain views, lush foliage and flowers.

hiking
Monday, May 01, 2017

The landscape is drying up quickly. The wild oats and wild barley (foxtails) still have some green. Saw some wildflowers but this hike generally has never been very good for wildflowers. There were some California poppies, morning glory, and some golden stars. The poppies looked well past peak. Nice breeze coming through Malibu Canyon. It was rather calm driving over but the canyons usually have a breeze when its warming inland and the coasts are cold. The breeze mitigated the sun which was getting hot.

hiking
Sunday, April 23, 2017

As I anticipated the Cheeseboro Canyon Trail was very busy with hikers, hikers with dogs, and bicycles. Parking lot was near capacity at 9:30 when I arrived. I was walking a friends dog which complicates the hike. She is getting old and now moves rapidly away from aggressive dogs. I usually sit her down so in her haste to get away, I don't trip over her. In a couple instances we had bicycles and dogs converging at the same place. Once a couple horses were thrown into the mix, If you want a more peaceful experience from this trailhead get off the Cheeseboro Canyon Trail and onto one of the many other options. You won't have the trail to yourself but it'll be way less crowded.

hiking
Sunday, April 09, 2017

Great hiking trail with kids or if looking for an easy hike. Beautiful canyon views.

hiking
Friday, April 07, 2017

Took a trail south of Cheeseboro today and there was a major kerfuffle of coyotes in the bush. Heard howls for a few minutes coming from an area of dense brush about 100 yards away. Never saw a single coyote. Just a reminder to those that walk dogs and are inclined to take them off leash. Just because you don't see coyotes doesn't mean that there aren't any coyotes. Your dog probably knows if there are coyotes around and if he/she is inclined to chase or investigate...it could have a tragic ending.

hiking
Saturday, April 01, 2017

Found out what the little purple flower is that grows so prolific in the fields of many of the canyons though this area. It's Filaree. There are a number of varieties but I'm not inclined to research them enough to differentiate. I'm satisfied just knowing i'ts Filaree. Asked the person at the information booth. He took the trouble to look it up because he couldn't remember the name. The people at this booth are really nice and a great resource. The 5 gold stars are for them.

hiking
Friday, March 24, 2017

beautiful!!! all green!!!

hiking
Thursday, March 23, 2017

Beautiful views and not crowded at all !

hiking
Monday, March 20, 2017

I like this area but it isn't the best for wildflowers. Just a few here and there. There's a small purple flower that tints the grass purple just after the trailhead. I can't seem to determine what the name of the flower is. Not a big fan of mustard but there are patches of yellow on some of the hills because of it. Oaks are leafing out which is nice. Few more varieties of wildflowers on the west side of Chesebro but not in great numbers. Still a really nice place for a hike with all the green hills.

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