1N32 - Edison Road

3.7/5 (9 reviews)
From high up on the Lytle Creek Ridge, Edison Road treats you to views of the not-so-far-off San Gabriel Mountains to the west and the Cajon Pass to the east. It is a Forest Service road that gently meanders down the southern portion of the Lytle Creek Ridge until it passes the border out of the Sa...Read More
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Highlights of 1N32 - Edison Road

Scenic Category IconScenic
Highest Elevation
3117 ft
Shape of Trail
Out & Back
Typically Open
Year Round
Best Direction
N/A
Official Trail Name
1N32
Nearest Town
Fontana
Nearest Services
Fontana
Management Agency
San Bernardino National Forest
District
Front Country Ranger District

Overview

From high up on the Lytle Creek Ridge, Edison Road treats you to views of the not-so-far-off San Gabriel Mountains to the west and the Cajon Pass to the east. It is a Forest Service road that gently meanders down the southern portion of the Lytle Creek Ridge until it passes the border out of the San Bernardino National Forest. The trail also provides service access to the power line towers whose cables you will drive directly under. One unique feature of this trail is caused by the vibration of the long drooping power lines that will sing in the wind to produce a lulling meditative tone.

Trail Difficulty and Assessment

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8 Waypoints
26 Trail Photos
1 Trail Concerns
9 Community Reviews
1 Video
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