Bell Boxes

Published by Steve Clark on

Shared use is a primary goal on the trail, that’s why COSF and CORBA joined together in 2014 with the CRPD, COSCA, and COSTAC to create bells for mountain biking use. These bells help alert hikers and equestrians of a biker’s presence around corners. If you are a mountain biker and don’t already have a bell installed, please make sure to sport our new complimentary gear, found in newly installed bell boxes.

There are currently 4 bell boxes along the Los Robles Trail, and one at the beginning of the Rosewood Trail. The 4 along Los Robles are at the Moorpark Road Trail Head, the saddle overlooking the 101 freeway and the Conejo Grade, the intersection of Los Robles and Rosewood trails, and the eastern terminus of the Los Robles Trail at Potrero Road.

The bell box program was initiated by CORBA, is sponsored by CORBA and the Conejo Open Space Foundation, and is in conjunction with the Conejo Recreation and Park District, Conejo Open Space Conservation Agency, and Conejo Open Space Trails Advisory Committee. The boxes were designed, constructed, and installed by a local Eagle Scout, and were paid for by CRPD.


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