AKENS CANYON TRAIL - Length: 1.5 miles. Elevation Change:
This is a little used horse trail into a system of forest service roads, starting with Doane Road, and trails near Sunland. The trail follows the canyon up from Big Tujunga Creek and then climbs to the left ridgeline before connecting up with a dirt road.. The beginning of the trail requires crossing Big Tujunga Creek which should not be attempted during storms or high water.
Trailhead: The trail head is located at the junction of Big Tujunga Canyon Road and the private continuation of Oro Vista Road. From this intersection, the nearest canyon across Big Tujunga Creek is Doane Canyon. The next canyon upstream is Akens Canyon
DOANE TRAIL/ROAD - Length: 2 miles. Elevation Change:
This is a short easy horse trail to access forest service roads, starting with Doane Road, and other trails near Sunland. The road goes up from Doane Trail and splits. The right fork connects with Akens Canyon Trail and the left fork joins Ebby Road and Herreres Ranch Roads in a three way junction. Part of the Fascination Spring Trail connects at this junction. The uphill continuation is just west on Herreres Ranch Road. The beginning of Doane trail requires crossing Big Tujunga Creek which should not be attempted during storms or high water.
Trailhead: The trail head is located at the junction of Big Tujunga Canyon Road and the private continuation of Oro Vista Road. From this intersection, the nearest canyon across Big Tujunga Creek is Doane Canyon.
DOC LARSEN TRAIL - Length: 4 kilometers. Elevation Change:
This is a pretty and shady trail that follows a small drainage in the Little Tujunga Canyon area. The trail is primarily use by horse riders. There is a spring towards the eastern end at a trail junction.
Trail head: The trail begins from Little Tujunga Canyon at a road junction two miles up the canyon from Foothill Boulevard. The eastern end joins the dirt Oliver Road.
FASCINATION SPRING TRAIL - Length: 1 km. Elevation Change:
A maintained pack trail. It climbs up past Fascination Spring from The junction of Ebey Canyon Road and Doane Road. In half a kilometer it reaches Oak Spring Trail which continues to climb to Yerba Buena Road on the ridgeline. The trail continues below the junction of Ebey Canyon Road and Doane Road, and in a split can reach either Oliver Road or Ebey Canyon Road.
Trailhead: There are connections to this trail from the forest service roads; Ebey Road, Oliver Road, and Herres Ranch Road.
OAK SPRING TRAIL - Elevation Change: 1200 ft.
A pack trail that crosses from Gold Creek, past Oak Spring in the head waters of Oak Spring Canyon, to the Forest Service road on Yerba Buena ridge. The trail continues on the south side of the ridge to Herres Ranch Road.
Trailhead: The trailhead is located one mile up Gold Creek Road from Little Tujunga Canyon Road. The trailhead is adjacent to a creek crossing. The upper end of the trail is on the Yerba Buena Forest Service Road.
YERBA BUENA ROAD