Bedford Road (aka Bedford Motorway)

Corona, California (Riverside County)

Last Updated: 07/15/2021
4.9 / 5 ( 8 reviews )
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Highlight: Bedford Road (aka Bedford Motorway)
Bedford Road is a non-technical trail that takes you from Corona to the Main Divide Road on top of the Santa Ana Mountains. Locals from adjacent housing tracks below have used Bedford Road for years as a gateway to the hills. As you climb up, the road offer lots of flourishing plant life and great views of the valley below.


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1. Bedford Rd Trail Head (0 mi)
After traveling down Bedford Road from the pavement, the trail starts between two golf courses. Eagle Glen is down the hill on the right hand side. To the left, one of The Retreats greens is adjacent to the trail head.

Directions to Trailhead

Starting Point: Corona

From the 15 Freeway exit Weirick Rd (Exit 90) and go west. At Knabe (the first light) go left. Continue a half mile until you come to Bedford Motorway on the right hand side. The trail head is 1.7 mile straight ahead. Finding the trail head for the first time can be intimidating. The road is surrounded by newly developed neighborhoods and golf courses. On your way to the trail head you will see lots of "No Trespassing" signs. These signs pertain to parking. The road is open to the public. The trail head starts at 33.79915, -117.53249. Be sure to check the trail status before you go. This road is closed more than it is open.



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David May

Mapping Crew - California

I have been a southern California native my entire life. Growing up we spent a lot of time in the Eastern High Sierras, the Calico Canyons and the San Bernadino Mountains. When I got my first car, my free time revolved around it. A few years later I got my first off-road truck. Now I was able spend time doing all the things I loved. Over the years I have had a variety of different off-road vehicles. Some were stock, while others were highly modified. With my son recently getting his own 1st generation Toyota 4Runner, we have been spending more time working on his truck and hitting the trails. Whether exploring, hiking, hunting or camping, being outdoors with my family is how I want to spend my down time. Life is too short to spend it on the couch. Go out there and find your next adventure.
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