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Explore the best rated trails in Lancaster, CA. Whether you're looking for an easy walking trail or a bike trail like the Fillmore Bike Path and Pacific Electric Inland Empire Trail. With more than 23 trails covering 207 miles you’re bound to find a perfect trail for you. Click on any trail below to find trail descriptions, trail maps, photos, and reviews.

Trail ImageTrail NameStatesLengthSurfaceRating

Arroyo Seco Bike Path

The Arroyo Seco Bike Path runs about 2 miles between South Pasadena and northeast Los Angeles, offering views of the LA skyline and the distant mountains. It begins south of Pasadena Avenue and...

CA2.1 mi Concrete

9 reviews

Arroyo Simi Bike Path

Open 24/7 and providing a crucial off-road route in Simi Valley, CA, the Arroyo Simi Bike Path is a flat and well-paved trail that provides a great route for commuting and recreation. The trail begins...

CA7.8 mi Asphalt, Crushed Stone

4 reviews

Ballona Creek Bike Path

The Ballona Creek Bike Path follows the channelized Ballona Creek for 7 miles, from Syd Kronenthal Park in east Culver City (National Boulevard) to the Pacific Ocean, where it connects with the Marvin...

CA7 mi Asphalt, Concrete

7 reviews

Bouquet Canyon Trail

The Bouquet Canyon Trail is open in two disconnected segments—both along Newhall Ranch Road—in Santa Clarita. The western segment runs along the south side of the road from Vanderbilt Way to Avenue...

CA3.6 mi Asphalt, Concrete

0 reviews

Browns Creek Bike Path

The Browns Creek Bike Path is a paved trail that travels through the far northwestern Los Angeles neighborhood of Chatsworth. Running for nearly 1.5 miles, the path links Sierra Canyon School's Lower...

CA1.4 mi Asphalt

0 reviews

Burbank Channel Bikeway

The Burbank Channel Bikeway is a concrete multi-use path located alongside the Burbank-Western Flood Control Channel in LA County. The bikeway was built in two phases. The first, 0.3 miles between...

CA1 mi Concrete

0 reviews

Chandler Bikeway

The Chandler Bikeway is a jewel tucked nicely into a Burbank neighborhood. The bikeway begins as a well-maintained corridor that runs in the median between lanes of traffic on Chandler Boulevard. Like...

CA2.8 mi Asphalt, Concrete

10 reviews

Chuck Pontius Commuter Trail

The Chuck Pontius Commuter Trail offers a direct route for cyclists and other trail users through the neighborhoods of Santa Clarita south of the Santa Clara River. While not as scenic as other trails...

CA5.5 mi Asphalt

0 reviews

Duarte Recreational Trail

The Duarte Recreational Trail is made up of paved and parallel dirt trails. Located in Southern California's San Gabriel Valley, Duarte is named for Andres Duarte, a Mexican soldier who was granted...

CA1.6 mi Asphalt

4 reviews

Exposition Line Bikeway

The Exposition Line, running from Downtown Los Angeles to Santa Monica, carefully integrates light rail, bikeway and pedestrian facilities. The second phase of the light rail line opened in 2017,...

CA12.2 mi Asphalt

1 reviews

Fillmore Bike Path

The Fillmore Bike Path consists of two distinct but connected trails, each offering its own unique experience for trail users. Both portions are paved and well-maintained, making the entirety of the...

CA3.8 mi Asphalt, Concrete

1 reviews

Los Angeles River Trail

The paved Los Angeles River Trail—also known as the Los Angeles River Bike Path, Los Angeles River Bikeway, Los Angeles River Greenway Trail and Lario Trail—is open in two disconnected segments along...

CA23.9 mi Asphalt

7 reviews

Mt. Lowe Railroad Trail

The Mount Lowe Railway was created as a scenic tourist line to bring visitors to see Mount Lowe and Echo Mountain. The railway opened in 1893 and stopped services in 1938. Interestingly, the railway...

CA5.8 mi Ballast, Dirt

3 reviews

Orange Line Bike Path

The Orange Line Bike Path is an 18-mile rail-trail paralleling the Los Angeles Metro's Orange Line rapid busway in the northern neighborhoods of Los Angeles. Both the busway and the trail stretch from...

CA18.1 mi Asphalt, Concrete

6 reviews

Pacific Electric Inland Empire Trail

The Pacific Electric Inland Empire Trail is a great commuter and recreation trail in western San Bernadino valley, with expansive views and connections to community centers and parks. The trail...

CA18.1 mi Asphalt, Concrete, Crushed Stone

58 reviews

Rio Hondo River Trail

The Rio Hondo River Trail runs for more than 17 miles through Los Angeles County along its namesake waterway, a partially channelized tributary of the Los Angeles River. The trail extends northeast...

CA17.3 mi Asphalt, Concrete

9 reviews

San Fernando Road Bike Path

The San Fernando Road Bike Path parallels its namesake road and a shared active Metrolink commuter rail and Union Pacific freight rail line from Los Angeles' Sylmar neighborhood to its Pacoima...

CA5.7 mi Asphalt, Concrete

2 reviews

San Francisquito Creek Trail

The San Francisquito Creek Trail features two parallel paved segments along its namesake waterway in Santa Clarita. The paths provide a useful north–south route, connecting neighborhoods with parks...

CA6.7 mi Asphalt

2 reviews

San Gabriel River Trail

The San Gabriel River Trail extends from the base of the San Gabriel Mountains all the way to the Pacific Ocean. A key component of Los Angeles County's transportation infrastructure, the trail...

CA38 mi Asphalt, Concrete

24 reviews

Santa Clara River Trail (CA)

The Santa Clara River Trail follows its namesake waterway, one of Los Angeles County's last unchannelized rivers. The paved trail connects several of Santa Clarita's neighborhoods, including Canyon...

CA8.8 mi Asphalt

5 reviews

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Sierra Bike Trail

The Sierra Bike Trail occupies a sliver of land between active Metrolink commuter rail tracks and Sierra Highway, connecting the communities of Palmdale and Lancaster in California's Antelope Valley....

CA7.1 mi Asphalt, Concrete

3 reviews

South Fork River Trail

The South Fork River Trail follows the dry waterway through Santa Clarita, providing many of its residential communities with access to the area's great trail network. Easily accessed from Placerita...

CA4.7 mi Asphalt

1 reviews

Whittier Greenway Trail

The Whittier Greenway Trail occupies part of an abandoned railroad right-of-way in its namesake town, running parallel to Whittier Boulevard and Lambert Road between Mills Avenue and Pioneer Boulevard...

CA4.7 mi Asphalt

8 reviews

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San Francisquito Creek Trail

CA - 6.7 miles

The San Francisquito Creek Trail features two parallel paved segments along its namesake waterway in Santa Clarita. The paths provide a useful north–south route, connecting neighborhoods with parks...

San Fernando Road Bike Path

CA - 5.7 miles

The San Fernando Road Bike Path parallels its namesake road and a shared active Metrolink commuter rail and Union Pacific freight rail line from Los Angeles' Sylmar neighborhood to its Pacoima...

San Gabriel River Trail

CA - 38 miles

The San Gabriel River Trail extends from the base of the San Gabriel Mountains all the way to the Pacific Ocean. A key component of Los Angeles County's transportation infrastructure, the trail...

Orange Line Bike Path

CA - 18.1 miles

The Orange Line Bike Path is an 18-mile rail-trail paralleling the Los Angeles Metro's Orange Line rapid busway in the northern neighborhoods of Los Angeles. Both the busway and the trail stretch from...

Accordion

Los Angeles River Trail

CA - 23.9 miles

The paved Los Angeles River Trail—also known as the Los Angeles River Bike Path, Los Angeles River Bikeway, Los Angeles River Greenway Trail and Lario Trail—is open in two disconnected segments along...

Fillmore Bike Path

CA - 3.8 miles

The Fillmore Bike Path consists of two distinct but connected trails, each offering its own unique experience for trail users. Both portions are paved and well-maintained, making the entirety of the...

Arroyo Seco Bike Path

CA - 2.1 miles

The Arroyo Seco Bike Path runs about 2 miles between South Pasadena and northeast Los Angeles, offering views of the LA skyline and the distant mountains. It begins south of Pasadena Avenue and...

Exposition Line Bikeway

CA - 12.2 miles

The Exposition Line, running from Downtown Los Angeles to Santa Monica, carefully integrates light rail, bikeway and pedestrian facilities. The second phase of the light rail line opened in 2017,...

Arroyo Simi Bike Path

CA - 7.8 miles

Open 24/7 and providing a crucial off-road route in Simi Valley, CA, the Arroyo Simi Bike Path is a flat and well-paved trail that provides a great route for commuting and recreation. The trail begins...

Chandler Bikeway

CA - 2.8 miles

The Chandler Bikeway is a jewel tucked nicely into a Burbank neighborhood. The bikeway begins as a well-maintained corridor that runs in the median between lanes of traffic on Chandler Boulevard. Like...

Whittier Greenway Trail

CA - 4.7 miles

The Whittier Greenway Trail occupies part of an abandoned railroad right-of-way in its namesake town, running parallel to Whittier Boulevard and Lambert Road between Mills Avenue and Pioneer Boulevard...

Chuck Pontius Commuter Trail

CA - 5.5 miles

The Chuck Pontius Commuter Trail offers a direct route for cyclists and other trail users through the neighborhoods of Santa Clarita south of the Santa Clara River. While not as scenic as other trails...

Sierra Bike Trail

CA - 7.1 miles

The Sierra Bike Trail occupies a sliver of land between active Metrolink commuter rail tracks and Sierra Highway, connecting the communities of Palmdale and Lancaster in California's Antelope Valley....

Rio Hondo River Trail

CA - 17.3 miles

The Rio Hondo River Trail runs for more than 17 miles through Los Angeles County along its namesake waterway, a partially channelized tributary of the Los Angeles River. The trail extends northeast...

Burbank Channel Bikeway

CA - 1 miles

The Burbank Channel Bikeway is a concrete multi-use path located alongside the Burbank-Western Flood Control Channel in LA County. The bikeway was built in two phases. The first, 0.3 miles between...

Ballona Creek Bike Path

CA - 7 miles

The Ballona Creek Bike Path follows the channelized Ballona Creek for 7 miles, from Syd Kronenthal Park in east Culver City (National Boulevard) to the Pacific Ocean, where it connects with the Marvin...

South Fork River Trail

CA - 4.7 miles

The South Fork River Trail follows the dry waterway through Santa Clarita, providing many of its residential communities with access to the area's great trail network. Easily accessed from Placerita...

Duarte Recreational Trail

CA - 1.6 miles

The Duarte Recreational Trail is made up of paved and parallel dirt trails. Located in Southern California's San Gabriel Valley, Duarte is named for Andres Duarte, a Mexican soldier who was granted...

Browns Creek Bike Path

CA - 1.4 miles

The Browns Creek Bike Path is a paved trail that travels through the far northwestern Los Angeles neighborhood of Chatsworth. Running for nearly 1.5 miles, the path links Sierra Canyon School's Lower...

Exposition Line Bikeway

CA - 12.2 miles

The Exposition Line, running from Downtown Los Angeles to Santa Monica, carefully integrates light rail, bikeway and pedestrian facilities. The second phase of the light rail line opened in 2017,...

Mt. Lowe Railroad Trail

CA - 5.8 miles

The Mount Lowe Railway was created as a scenic tourist line to bring visitors to see Mount Lowe and Echo Mountain. The railway opened in 1893 and stopped services in 1938. Interestingly, the railway...

San Gabriel River Trail

CA - 38 miles

The San Gabriel River Trail extends from the base of the San Gabriel Mountains all the way to the Pacific Ocean. A key component of Los Angeles County's transportation infrastructure, the trail...

Browns Creek Bike Path

CA - 1.4 miles

The Browns Creek Bike Path is a paved trail that travels through the far northwestern Los Angeles neighborhood of Chatsworth. Running for nearly 1.5 miles, the path links Sierra Canyon School's Lower...

Accordion

Los Angeles River Trail

CA - 23.9 miles

The paved Los Angeles River Trail—also known as the Los Angeles River Bike Path, Los Angeles River Bikeway, Los Angeles River Greenway Trail and Lario Trail—is open in two disconnected segments along...

Arroyo Simi Bike Path

CA - 7.8 miles

Open 24/7 and providing a crucial off-road route in Simi Valley, CA, the Arroyo Simi Bike Path is a flat and well-paved trail that provides a great route for commuting and recreation. The trail begins...

Santa Clara River Trail (CA)

CA - 8.8 miles

The Santa Clara River Trail follows its namesake waterway, one of Los Angeles County's last unchannelized rivers. The paved trail connects several of Santa Clarita's neighborhoods, including Canyon...

Fillmore Bike Path

CA - 3.8 miles

The Fillmore Bike Path consists of two distinct but connected trails, each offering its own unique experience for trail users. Both portions are paved and well-maintained, making the entirety of the...

San Francisquito Creek Trail

CA - 6.7 miles

The San Francisquito Creek Trail features two parallel paved segments along its namesake waterway in Santa Clarita. The paths provide a useful north–south route, connecting neighborhoods with parks...

Burbank Channel Bikeway

CA - 1 miles

The Burbank Channel Bikeway is a concrete multi-use path located alongside the Burbank-Western Flood Control Channel in LA County. The bikeway was built in two phases. The first, 0.3 miles between...

Whittier Greenway Trail

CA - 4.7 miles

The Whittier Greenway Trail occupies part of an abandoned railroad right-of-way in its namesake town, running parallel to Whittier Boulevard and Lambert Road between Mills Avenue and Pioneer Boulevard...

Ballona Creek Bike Path

CA - 7 miles

The Ballona Creek Bike Path follows the channelized Ballona Creek for 7 miles, from Syd Kronenthal Park in east Culver City (National Boulevard) to the Pacific Ocean, where it connects with the Marvin...

Arroyo Seco Bike Path

CA - 2.1 miles

The Arroyo Seco Bike Path runs about 2 miles between South Pasadena and northeast Los Angeles, offering views of the LA skyline and the distant mountains. It begins south of Pasadena Avenue and...

Bouquet Canyon Trail

CA - 3.6 miles

The Bouquet Canyon Trail is open in two disconnected segments—both along Newhall Ranch Road—in Santa Clarita. The western segment runs along the south side of the road from Vanderbilt Way to Avenue...

Sierra Bike Trail

CA - 7.1 miles

The Sierra Bike Trail occupies a sliver of land between active Metrolink commuter rail tracks and Sierra Highway, connecting the communities of Palmdale and Lancaster in California's Antelope Valley....

Chandler Bikeway

CA - 2.8 miles

The Chandler Bikeway is a jewel tucked nicely into a Burbank neighborhood. The bikeway begins as a well-maintained corridor that runs in the median between lanes of traffic on Chandler Boulevard. Like...

Duarte Recreational Trail

CA - 1.6 miles

The Duarte Recreational Trail is made up of paved and parallel dirt trails. Located in Southern California's San Gabriel Valley, Duarte is named for Andres Duarte, a Mexican soldier who was granted...

Rio Hondo River Trail

CA - 17.3 miles

The Rio Hondo River Trail runs for more than 17 miles through Los Angeles County along its namesake waterway, a partially channelized tributary of the Los Angeles River. The trail extends northeast...

Orange Line Bike Path

CA - 18.1 miles

The Orange Line Bike Path is an 18-mile rail-trail paralleling the Los Angeles Metro's Orange Line rapid busway in the northern neighborhoods of Los Angeles. Both the busway and the trail stretch from...

San Fernando Road Bike Path

CA - 5.7 miles

The San Fernando Road Bike Path parallels its namesake road and a shared active Metrolink commuter rail and Union Pacific freight rail line from Los Angeles' Sylmar neighborhood to its Pacoima...

Mt. Lowe Railroad Trail

CA - 5.8 miles

The Mount Lowe Railway was created as a scenic tourist line to bring visitors to see Mount Lowe and Echo Mountain. The railway opened in 1893 and stopped services in 1938. Interestingly, the railway...

San Francisquito Creek Trail

CA - 6.7 miles

The San Francisquito Creek Trail features two parallel paved segments along its namesake waterway in Santa Clarita. The paths provide a useful north–south route, connecting neighborhoods with parks...

Browns Creek Bike Path

CA - 1.4 miles

The Browns Creek Bike Path is a paved trail that travels through the far northwestern Los Angeles neighborhood of Chatsworth. Running for nearly 1.5 miles, the path links Sierra Canyon School's Lower...

Accordion

Bouquet Canyon Trail

CA - 3.6 miles

The Bouquet Canyon Trail is open in two disconnected segments—both along Newhall Ranch Road—in Santa Clarita. The western segment runs along the south side of the road from Vanderbilt Way to Avenue...

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3 Best Hiking Trails in Lancaster, CA

ANTELOPE VALLEY CALIFORNIA POPPY RESERVE

15101 Lancaster Road, Lancaster, CA 93536 DIRECTIONS

Since 1976

Here’s The Deal:
Antelope Valley California Poppy Reserve provides a unique hiking experience for its visitors located on Lancaster Road in the downtown of Los Angeles County, California. The wildflower season lasts from mid-February through May, with several wildflowers forming a color mosaic that varies every day. This reserve is a perfect place to explore the California Poppy Reserve and experience the orange beauty. Antelope Valley California Poppy Reserve offers eight miles of desert grassland walking trails and convenient picnic tables with a serene, spectacular view of the San Gabriel Mountains. Active recreation will be permitted, such as walking, hiking, running, and wildlife watching.

SPECIALTY:
Trail Running, Mountain Biking, Beach, Road Biking, Museums, Walking, Wildlife Exhibits, Environment Learning and Visitor Center, Dogs on Leash, Nature Trips, Historical Site, Wild Flowers, Forest Lake, Birding & Picnic Areas

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parks.ca.gov/?page_id=627

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Best Trails in Lancaster

Looking for a great trail near Lancaster, California? AllTrails has 6 great hiking trails, wildlife trails, walking trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. If you're looking for the best trails around Saddleback Butte State Park or Arthur B. Ripley Desert Woodland State Park, we've got you covered. You'll also find some great local park options, like Santa Clarita Woodlands Park or Vasquez Rocks Natural Area Park. Just looking to take a quick stroll? We've got 5 easy trails in Lancaster ranging from 1.9 to 8.9 km and from 711 to 1,113 meters above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!
Map of trails in Lancaster, California
Antelope Loop Trail
Antelope Loop Trail
Antelope Loop Trail
Antelope Valley California Poppy Reserve State Natural Reserve
Length: 8.9 km • Est. 2 h 37 m
$10.00 to park. This loop walk includes the two primary loops and hilltop viewing areas at Antelope Valley California Poppy Reserve. Generally an easy-to-moderate jaunt, this walk can get tough in high heat or in strong gusty desert winds. Bring plenty of water and wind protection. And don't forget the sunscreen. This park was established to protect outstanding seasonal displays of native wildflowers, in particular the California Poppy, the state's flower. The park includes seven miles of trails winding through wildflower fields, hilltops, and a lovely spring-fed desert valley. The wildflower blooms generally happen from March through May with the peak viewing period in Mid-April. The best poppy showing occurs when the temperature is over 70F and wind is less than 10mph. In season watch for: Poppies, filaree, fiddleneck, silver puff, pygmy-leaved lupine, bush lupine, lacey phacelia, slender keel fruit, forget-me-not, fringe pod, wild onions, red maids, sun cups, gold fields, owl's clover, hairy lotus, cream cups and rattlesnake weed.Show more
North Loop, Antelope Butte and Lightning Bolt Loop
North Loop, Antelope Butte and Lightning Bolt Loop
North Loop, Antelope Butte and Lightning Bolt Loop
#2 - North Loop, Antelope Butte and Lightning Bolt Loop
Antelope Valley California Poppy Reserve State Natural Reserve
Length: 5.8 km • Est. 1 h 45 m
Parking Fee: $9 This park was established to protect outstanding seasonal displays of native wildflowers, in particular the California Poppy, the state flower. The park includes seven miles of trails winding through wildflower fields, hilltops, and a lovely spring-fed desert valley. The wildflower blooms generally happen from March through May with the peak viewing period in Mid-April. The best poppy showing occurs when the temperature is over 70F and wind is less than 10mph. In season watch for: Poppies, filaree, fiddleneck, silver puff, pygmy-leaved lupine, bush lupine, lacey phacelia, slender keel fruit, forget-me-not, fringe pod, wild onions, red maids, sun cups, gold fields, owl's clover, hairy lotus, cream cups and rattlesnake weed.Show more
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