Looking for a great trail near Calabasas, California? AllTrails has 30 great hiking trails, running trails, mountain biking 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. If you're looking for the best trails in Zuma and Trancas Canyons, we've got you covered. You'll also find some great local park options, like King Gillette Ranch Park or Calabasas Creekside Park. Ready for some activity? There are 18 moderate trails in Calabasas ranging from 1.3 to 12.8 miles and from 452 to 2,716 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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Exit 101 North at Las Virgines, turn south (left), go to Mulholland, turn right. Go 1.8 miles. Trailhead is on the left. Dirt parking next to road.

Took this with my 3 year old, didn’t quite give us enough time to go all the way down to the turn around. But the views were amazing, it was nice to see some green in this area when everywhere else I’ve been had been brown.

hiking
9 days ago

Actually more like 4 miles. The map has a repeat section at the end.

Trippett Ranch to Piuma Rd. In Malibu Canyon. Tougher than the first leg of the backbone trail from Will Rodgers to Trippett.

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bugs
rocky
scramble
10 days ago

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bugs
no shade
14 days ago

We did this hike this past weekend, rather than going out and back we looped round on Mullholland Hwy - I wouldn't recommend doing this, particularly on a weekend with lots of drivers speeding through. Stick to the out and back and enjoy the amazing views!

hiking
16 days ago

It was an okay hike. Views of the canyon are meh compared to the canyons in northern AZ. Views of the ocean are beautiful though. There’s Little to no shade so bring a hat and sun screen. Some parts are Shelly so bring a good pair of shoes/boots with good ankle protection.

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no shade
over grown
scramble
22 days ago

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no shade
24 days ago

Nice steady climb, great views, some shade at beginning

Quick easy hike with lots of shade, woohoo!!

hiking
30 days ago

Hiked on 10/20/2019. Trail was well marked however some areas closer towards trailhead and Malibu Creek Campground have a lot of side trails, but just stay on the most obvious trail (or use this app). We had to backtrack a few times, but a mere few feet. Nothing significant. The loop is not 14.6, but closer to 16. Check my recording for details. Bring lots of water. I brought a 3L bladder and 2 Gatorade, my gf had 2.5L, a full nalgene, and coconut water...all those were almost finished. This is a long hike, but views were amazing on Backbone Trail as it looked out towards the ocean. The MASH site was a fun little treat towards the end, but that area had a ton of horse poop. Will definitely visit this again when foliage is green! Highly recommended if you want to train for higher mileage hikes.

hiking
1 month ago

Very diverse hike with many fun features that make it more memorable than your traditional hike. Good mileage and moderately difficult, but overall great views, especially those of the ocean near the peak.

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no shade
rocky
scramble
1 month ago

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over grown
1 month ago

hiking
1 month ago

It was a nice trail. Did see some wildlife

Very overgrown and not well maintained. Easy hike, ok for beginners.

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no shade
1 month ago

Almost no shade! I don't recommend the trail if it's sunny and you have a dog; mine did not have a great time. A nice trail for humans and a good workout!

hiking
1 month ago

Nice hike. Thanks to trail maintenance.

Great shade on first half for hot sunny days. Lush in spots you don't expect. Some larger rocks on the trail in parts that require a bit of step up/down. Note: if you are traveling south from Piuma and get to the animal sanctuary, the trail picks up directly across the parking lot, not down the driveway. I'ts not easily visible.

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closed
over grown
1 month ago

Heading north from the Bark Park trailhead, the New Millennium trail becomes narrow, about 12” wide with excessive brush. Definitely DO NOT try heading back towards Las Virgenes Road using the old Gun Club Road because the trail is virtually gone and you end up in a cordoned off future development. Wish I had known this prior to committing myself to this route, or at least been warned on the trail with updated signage.

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