3N47 Santa Fe Fire Road

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3N47 Santa Fe Fire Road is in the 823,000-acre San Bernardino National Forest north of Lytle Creek. Following sections of the Santa Fe Railroad, the trail marches along the edge of the beautiful Mormon Rocks, also called the Rock Candy Mountains. These striking sandstone formations are the remnants of ancient oceans heaved up at an angle over the millennia revealing a beautiful and sometimes alien sandstone landscape. Santa Fe Fire Road is an excellent trail for beginning off-roaders with its smooth surface and several spurs to explore. There are no appropriate areas for dispersed camping along the course, and signs advise vehicles to stay on the road.