“A short 0.7 mile run, usually used to access the Los Robles Trail”
— John McKinney
This trail is a bit odd in that the eastern and western halves have two different styles. The western portion is known as the Whole Access Trail; it is wheelchair accessible and has interpretive stations with Braille text describing the surroundings. The eastern half exits the Whole Access Trail portion and is commonly used as the exit point for mountain bikers that use the trail. It is not as well maintained as the eastern half, descending over rocks and ruts, and around tight corners. It is probably a good idea to walk up the western half of this trail so you can see oncoming bikers.
Thanks to John McKinney, The Trailmaster, for sharing this trail description. To learn more about trails in California, check out his guides at The Trailmaster Store
Flora & Fauna
The trail goes through beautiful oak forest on the western side.