If you're looking for a trail with stunning surroundings, this is your trail. The path runs through hilly, red-dirt terrain where you can find endless amounts of wildflowers, cacti, yucca, junipers and piñon trees. This hike is best for beginner hikers looking for a nice walk as nearly 4 miles of the trail is paved. Mountain bikers will love the paved roads that lead into hard-packed dirt. This trail is 15.5 miles of winding-path. For those who are looking for something a little more adventurous, there are many side trails to entice thrill-seekers. Bikes are allowed on the trail as well as horses and dogs.
The Rabbit Road trailhead has a small parking lot right by the railroad tracks on Rabbit Road. The other end of the trail can be found near Cerro Alto Road. Other trailheads with parking can be found at Nine Mile Rd, Avenida Vista Grande, and Avenida Eldorado.