1N64 - Seven Pines

4.7/5 (16 reviews)
Redlands, California (SanBernardino County)
Last Updated: 06/15/2020
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Trail Information

Highlights

1N64 - Seven Pines is a wonderful off-road, 4x4 trail in the San Bernardino National Forest. Seven Pines is just one of the many beautiful trails in this Seven Oaks Canyon, including City Creek, Clarks Grade, and Radford. The Santa Ana River begins its journey to the Pacific Ocean in this canyon. This trail is a gem for the dispersed campsite camper, along with it's connecting brother, 1N64A - Slide Lake. Be watchful of bear, mountain lion, deer and the smaller animals who make this area their home.

Trail Difficulty and Assessment

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Trail Reviews

4.7/5 (16 reviews)
Status: Open
Rated 5/5
Visited: 10/14/2022
Difficulty Accuracy: Spot On

Brush has been cleared well between waypoints 8 and 7. The rest was narrow but ok for a rubicon. Full size would get some stripping.
Status: Open
Rated 4/5
Visited: 08/10/2022
Difficulty Accuracy: Spot On

Pretty overgrown in spots. Expect pinstripes for most rigs. Gladiator rubicon
Status: Open
Rated 5/5
Visited: 11/07/2020

We attempted to run this trail in reverse after driving most of 1N09 City Creek. The muddy conditions made it a fun challenge for the two-door Wranglers in our group, but proved too much for our friend in his heavier 4th Gen 4Runner. Luckily the challenge was an off-camber uphill corner that, at its worst, pulls you into the inside corner and up against a muddy hillside. After a couple attempts, he simply reversed down the hill until a turnout was available.
Trail Review: 1N64 - Seven Pines - Taylor Kempkes
Status: Open
Rated 5/5
Visited: 09/07/2020

Ran the trail from south to north. Was fun and fairly easy. Great views.
Alan
700
Status: Open
Rated 5/5
Visited: 06/28/2020

Easy trail for the most part with the exception as other reviewers have pointed out of a deeply washed out section about half-way up. Looks like some other off-roaders have thoughtfully piled a few rocks to make the passage easier but it still requires good wheel placement and 4 wheel drive. Wasn't a problem in stock Rubicon but I used a spotter just in case and it was fun! Ran into quite a bit of traffic on their way up to Clarks Grade here.

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