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Triunfo Open Space Loop

 3.0 (1)

9.2 Miles 14.8 Kilometers


35%

Singletrack

1,445' 441 m

Ascent

-1,442' -439 m

Descent

6%

Avg Grade (3°)

36%

Max Grade (20°)

1,439' 439 m

High

898' 274 m

Low

Shared By Doron Weinstein

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A series of rocky, singletrack hills with beautiful views of Westlake.

Doron Weinstein

Dogs Unknown

Features eMTB allowed

Overview

These trails connect the fire road above to Westlake Village/Thousand Oaks below, specifically to Bridgegate Street. The New Bridgegate Trail is much shorter than the Old Bridgegate Trail, but significantly different as far the terrain goes. The new trail consist of soft packed dirt, no rocks, sharp turns and a shallow trench in the middle. The new trail is basically one long straight rock garden.

Need to Know

The White Horse Canyon Trail trailhead off Potrero Road could be easily missed. Watch for a bridge crossing. Old Bridgegate Trail is very rocky and extremely loose.

Description

Park at Triunfo Community Park, climb to the top of the Triunfo Canyon Trail and hang a left (west) onto the Conejo Crest Trail (follows the main ridge line). After the Conejo Crest Trail starts descending south, you'll see the New Bridgegate Trail on your left. If you continue for a little bit, up the hill to the south of the New Bridgegate Trail trailhead, you'll see the Old Bridgegate Trail trailhead.
At the bottom of the the Old Bridgegate Trail you'll hit Bridgegate Street and from there you'll have to ride on the road a little bit (don't worry, there is a bike lane). After crossing a large flood control bridge on Potrero Road, you'll start climbing up White Horse Canyon Trail (starts as a singletrack along people's backyards and quickly changes to fire road). Eventually, you'll get to the top at the intersection with the Old Bridgegate Trail.

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Sep 3, 2017
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