14N07 to Wentworth Springs (Route)

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3.3/5 (12 reviews)
Fresh Pond, California (El Dorado County)
Last Updated: 02/01/2023
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This route to Wentworth Springs sits northeast of Pollock Pines, California, high in the mountains of the Eldorado National Forest. 14N07 to Wentworth Springs is an easy, scenic route traveling through dense forest, crossing multiple creeks, passing through the historic site of Wentworth Springs and ending at not only the Wentworth Campground, but the original beginning of the legendary Rubicon Trail. Those new to off-road will enjoy this route for its scenery, history and mild off-road challenges while more advance wheelers will probably be more focused on the Rubicon Trail at the end.

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3.3/5 (12)
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Visited: 02/01/2023

The closure 🙄 is over. Trail is open.
Trail Review: 14N07 to Wentworth Springs (Route) - G. Martin
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Temporary Closure
Visited: 12/30/2022

Controversial Temporary Closure in place by Eldorado County. Potentially for 60 days 😠
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Open
Visited: 10/06/2022

The closure area has been changed. This trail is now open.
Trail Review: 14N07 to Wentworth Springs (Route) - G. Martin
Trail Review: 14N07 to Wentworth Springs (Route) - G. Martin
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Temporary Closure
Visited: 09/11/2022

Temporary closure due to a the Mosquito Fire.
Trail Review: 14N07 to Wentworth Springs (Route) - G. Martin
Trail Review: 14N07 to Wentworth Springs (Route) - G. Martin
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Temporary Closure
Visited: 09/17/2021

The Eldorado National Forest is Temporarily Closed through at least September 30 due to the Caldor Fire.

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