Bedford Road (aka Bedford Motorway)

4.9/5 (24 reviews)
Corona, California (Riverside County)
Last Updated: 07/15/2021
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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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4.9/5 (24 reviews)
Status: Temporary Closure
Rated 5/5
Visited: 09/18/2022

Still closed
Status: Temporary Closure
Visited: 07/02/2022
Difficulty Accuracy: Spot On

Definitely still closed. I got my hopes up for a minute when I hit dirt, but just past the fancy house on the left hand side, the gate is closed up tight. I think it sucks that I was only 10 miles away from Silverado canyon at that point but had to drive 29 miles out of the way to get around to the other way up the mountain. I hope this gets resolved somehow soon.
Status: Temporary Closure
Visited: 08/01/2021

My good friend drove from the main divide road, and found the road closed. Same spot as the prior post. He had not read up on the road status from this site, or USFS. As a reminder, “know before you go”. Make sure to get as much information on the trails you ride.
Marc Nitz
Official Crew
Status: Temporary Closure
Visited: 07/14/2021

I've been following activity on this trail due to conflicts with a property owner and the Bedford Road bisecting his property. As of today, Cleveland National Forest rangers have officially closed the trail until further notice. The GPX track of this trail does not include the section that crosses through the homeowner's property. The property is closer to the paved portion and near the other houses in the area (see photo).
Trail Review: Bedford Road (aka Bedford Motorway) - Marc Nitz
Status: Temporary Closure
Visited: 07/09/2021

Came down the Bedford Trail from Santiago Peak. Got there via Maple Springs Trail. When I got to the end of Bedford Trail to go into Corona, the trail was blocked by several red locked cables strung across with several signs stating private road and no trespassing. It being my first time on the trail, I believe it to be a public road. According to two of my off-road apps, it shows it as a public road. The road was impassable. Being new to the trail and driving off-road, I did not see any other trails that were public access. We ended up having to drive back the way we came, canceling other plans we had in Corona. Plus side though, I had more trail driving time.

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