Hungry Valley SVRA - Power Line Road

2/5 (7 reviews)
Santa Clarita, California (LosAngeles County)
Last Updated: 01/22/2023
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Trail Information

Highlights

Power Line Road is one of many off-road trails in the Hungry Valley SVRA (State Vehicular Recreation Area) just outside of the Gorman and Frazier Park mountain communities in Southern California. Over 130 miles of motorcycle, ATV and 4x4 trails spiderweb throughout this 19,000 acre park. To traverse these trails, you will climb over hills, plow through muds pits, shoot down sand washes and at the end of the day, idle into one of the numerous campgrounds. On any given weekend this park will be full of dirt-bikes, side-by-sides, quads, and 4x4s. If it burns gas and flings mud, you will find it here. Power Line Road stretches over seven miles from the east and west ends of the park and intersects with many of the more difficult trails that lead through the hills of Hungry Valley. Multiple high points across this trail provide great views in all directions.

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Trail Reviews

2.7/5 (7 reviews)
G. Martin
Official Crew
64800
Status: Temporary Closure
Visited: 01/22/2023

Temporary closure. Hungry Valley SVRA remains closed due to extensive damage from the recent storms. The campgrounds have been cleared of debris. Work is underway to reopen the park as soon as it is safe.
G. Martin
Official Crew
64800
Status: Partially Open
Visited: 07/10/2021

The park is open again, but this trail is closed at Waypoint 14.
G. Martin
Official Crew
64800
Status: Temporary Closure
Visited: 07/05/2021

Temporary closure due to the Tumbleweed Fire.
Status: Open
Rated 3/5
Visited: 05/24/2021

We gave this trail a go in our stock 4th gen 4Runner. Nothing to worry about, it gave us some good practice as we are new to the sport. The power lines make unpleasant noise, however - a constant crackling buzz. Nice views and overall a good simple trail.
Trail Review: Hungry Valley SVRA - Power Line Road - Andrew MacLaggan
Status: Open
Rated 3/5
Visited: 10/05/2019

We tacked this on to the end of Pronghorn on our way back to the North Entrance. Successfully beat the sunset and made it out before dark. It's a nice drive through a bunch of canyons and twisty roads.

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