2N58 Middle Fork Lytle Creek

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Fontana, California (San Bernardino County)
Last Updated: 10/25/2022

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Highlight: 2N58 Middle Fork Lytle Creek
2N58 Middle Fork Lytle Creek is a forest road in the San Bernardino National Forest within the 200,000-acre Front Country Ranger District. The route follows alongside Middle Fork Lytle Creek for 2.8 miles through a narrow canyon formed by steep ridges rising 1500 feet on either side. At the road's end is the trailhead for 6W01 Middle Creek Trail, a 3-mile hiking trail reaching deep within the Cucamonga wilderness and connecting with a nexus of other trails spreading throughout the wilderness. Along the drive are several opportunities to pull over for short hikes to explore the actively flowing creek below. The steep ridges provide a beautiful backdrop for the drive, especially when snow-covered. Throughout the park, pets are allowed if kept on a leash.
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