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Level: Advanced
Length: 14 mi (22.5 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Loop
Elevation: +1,117/ -1,115 ft
Total: 46 riders

Mountain Biking New Millennium Loop

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#329 of 1,003 mountain bike trails in California
#4,096 in the world

This has the potential of being a great route with tons of switchbacks and a

“doable” gradient both ascending and descending. The trail tread is in very

good shape … as of this posting, however, the trail is getting overgrown in

several places. Expect to be pulling weeds out of your spokes and a scratchy

ride. It’s worth it to have this nice singletrack loop easily available to the urban


There are a couple places you come on “Caution” signs indicating tight

switchbacks. Believe them! These switchbacks apparently weren’t designed

with mountain bikes in mind. The exposure is pretty extreme. Put a foot

down (or both feet)! There are plenty of other switchbacks on this loop you

can practice on.

Route Directions:

The Bark Park Trail begins at the north end of the dog park (Bark Park).

@ mile 0.29 the trail forks. Go left.

@ mile 1.13 you intersect the New Millenium Loop Trail. Recommend doing the

loop clockwise, so turn left.

@ mile 3.21 you intersect the Anza Loop Trail. Turn right onto this double

track and follow it up to the end.

@ mile 4.08 you hit asphalt. Go another 100 yards and take the singletrack

going left.

@ mile five there is a fork / junction. You will turn a hard right at the fork, but

be alert – this is an easy corner to miss. There is a sign hidden in the bush on

the left. If you hit asphalt close to HWY 101, you’ve gone too far. Retrace

your steps a quarter of a mile to the junction.

@ mile 7.29 you cross Calabasas Parkway. This is an alternate start point if it

is more conveniently located for you.

@ mile 11.54 you come to a trail junction. Go right.

@ mile 12.36 you complete the loop. Turn left to retrace your route down the

Bark Park Trail to the trailhead.

@ mile 13.5 you should be back at your vehicle.

First added by norski on Jul 13, 2011. Last updated May 2, 2020. → add an update
Before you go
  • Drinking water: unknown
  • Lift service: unknown
  • Night riding: unknown
  • Pump track: unknown
  • Restrooms: unknown
  • Fat bike grooming: unknown
  • E-bikes allowed: unknown
  • Fee required: unknown
This trail information is user-generated. Help improve this information by suggesting a correction.
Getting there
There are several possible trailheads for this loop. The map and route

description here use the "Bark Park" trail head. This is located one mile south of

HWY 101 off Las Virgines Road and is directly across the street from the Arthur

E. Wright Middle School. Good parking is available.
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  • LADodgeman

    This is normally a 5 star trail. However, due to the excessive growth from the heavy winter rains, it is still completely overgrown. Only go here if you want to do a lot of bushwhacking! I will return this Fall

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  • Paul Ramseyer

    Normally this is an epic trail, it is over grown now and some of the plant are over 6 feet tall,

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  • Permagrin

    Fun loop, good climbs and great views.

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  • Henry Meyer

    Great trail that's mostly a loop (90%), single track and very very uncrowded. The trail appears well maintained and has lots of good climbs and quick downhills all interspersed with a lot of tough switchbacks. Takes about 1.45 - 2hrs to complete the approx 12 miles. Easy access to the trail-head from the good parking at the "Bark Park"

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  • Gawin

    Only ridden this once ..so far. Good workout climbing, switchbacks with a lot of exposure, that will test your skills. Overall a fun ride

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  • sober1707

    1of my favorites close to my house 4 stars switch back heaven

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  • norski

    This has the potential of being a great after-work training ride. You climb up and over many ridges. Lots of chance to work on your switchback riding skills. It would be great if a local bike club (or somebody!) could chop back the vegetation so you can ride the loop much faster (without getting shredded).

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