Point Mugu State Park Mountain Bike Trail Map
Guide to the best mountain bike trails in Sycamore Canyon, Point Mugu State Park
Point Mugu State Park Area Summary
Sycamore Canyon gives beginners an ideal introduction to mountain biking with its gentle grade flowing through lush woodlands. More advanced riders will appreciate the fun, though never too difficult, loops that can be fashioned using the trails running off Sycamore Canyon. There's even some moderate single-track via a two-mile segment of the Backbone Trail connecting the Overlook Trail to the canyon.
While hardcore types might want to ride elsewhere, the rest will appreciate Point Mugu State Park for its fun moderate riding, gorgeous views, and abundant fauna and flora.
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|The trail map tour below is a jpeg of the actual maps from our books and map-sets.
Point Mugu Bike Trails
Sycamore Canyon Trail - Easy fire road climbs gentle grade through lush riparian woodlands. Potential for stream crossings in winter.
Overlook Trail - Fire road meanders along ridge top. Great views.
Backbone Trail - Fun single-track section connects Overlook to Sycamore Canyon Trail.
Guadalasca Trail - Double and single-track through wooded canyon and open hillside.
Wood Canyon Trail - Wide single-track/double-track through lush canyon. Stream crossings.
Ranch Center Road - Paved road through semi-open terrain.
Sin Nombre Trail - Easy single-track through beautiful grasslands.
Two Foxes Trail - Easy single-track. Good alternative to the Sycamore Canyon Trail.Directions to trailhead(s):
The main parking is located 31 miles west of Santa Monica on Hwy. 1 (PCH). Parking is also available along PCH. An inland trailhead is located on Potrero Road in Newbury Park.