Prepare for an engaging adventure that offers a fresh perspective on Southern California’s natural beauty. Our journey will take you above the picturesque Zuma Beach, nestled beneath the Santa Monica Mountains.
As you navigate the twists and turns, you’ll enjoy stunning views of the Pacific Ocean, with glimpses of Catalina and the Channel Islands on the horizon. At the peak of the climb, you have a 360 view of the LA basin, the San Gabriel Mountain range, and the Pacific coastline.
Our route guides you through the heart of the Santa Monica Mountains, an area rich in diverse plant and animal life. Along the way, we’ll make stops at various overlooks, providing great opportunities for capturing lasting memories.
As you head back down, you will have a newfound appreciation for the captivating beauty of this region.
Join us for an adventure that promises to be an unforgettable exploration of Southern California’s natural wonders.
While this tour predominantly traverses a broad fire trail, its intermediate rating is attributed to sections that feature loose rock and gravel. Participants are advised to be at ease with navigating diverse terrains. Given the remote location of our journey, it’s important to note that restroom facilities and water sources will not be available.
Cheeseboro Canyon is a true haven for mountain biking enthusiasts!
This tour promises an exceptional and unique experience, immersing you in the natural splendor of the area. As you navigate through various ecosystems, from the tranquil coast live oak woodlands to the rugged chaparral and sprawling valley oaks, you’ll have the chance to explore the rich biodiversity of the region.
You’re likely to encounter local wildlife, including deer, coyotes, and the majestic red-tailed hawks.
The pinnacle of the trail unveils breathtaking views of not only the Santa Monica Mountain Range but also the rugged San Gabriel Mountains, offering you a glimpse of this wild and turbulent natural landscape.
Join Us for an Unforgettable Journey through the Rich Tapestry of Cheeseboro Canyon.
While this tour predominantly traverses a broad fire trail, its intermediate rating is attributed to sections that feature loose rock and gravel. Participants are advised to be at ease with navigating diverse terrains. Water is not provided in the park, but there is a restroom facility in the parking lot.