In places, loose gravel and rock on steep slopes may make footing unreliable.
There are many junctions off of this trail, so keep an eye on the Trail Run Project mobile app
and be careful not to take a wrong turn. At about 0.8 miles, the trail begins to climb steeply up what is known as Space Mountain, leveling off around the 2.0-mile mark, where runners will be treated with nice views of Conejo Valley.
At about 3.3 miles, there is a short connector trail that leads out to Angel Vista Point - a great viewpoint. The trail begins to descend at about 3.4 miles, be careful running as loose gravel and rocks can make footing unreliable. The trail ends at Potrero Road
at 5.8 miles, however a connector leads to more trails.
This is a multi-use trail so keep in mind the right-of-way rules as you run.
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
Shared By: John McKinney