3N12 - Delamar Mountain Road

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4.7/5 (12 reviews)
Big Bear Lake, California (San Bernardino County)
Last Updated: 06/05/2023
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3N12 is a cool little cut over that passes through the dense forest of Holcomb Valley. The trail eventually drops you directly in Holcomb Valley Farm on the north end. Many people use 3N12 as a nice trail drive when visiting the area since the amazing forest views and a path all 4x4's can traverse.

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Check out our 3N16 - Holcomb Valley (2.06 mi away) trail guide for an All-Access Preview!

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4.7/5 (12)
Open
Visited: 09/17/2023
Difficulty Accuracy: Spot On

Opened, dusty
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Rated 5/5
Visited: 09/02/2023
Difficulty Accuracy: Spot On

Very easy trail. Would have expected more damage from the rains/storms but nothing too bad.
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Open
Rated 5/5
Visited: 06/05/2023

Ran the full trail and overall it is in the same condition as always. I was slightly shocked as i expected some more damage to it as most of the trail is facing north. Still a great way to cut between the trails.
Trail Review: 3N12 - Delamar Mountain Road - Josh Noesser
Trail Review: 3N12 - Delamar Mountain Road - Josh Noesser
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Open
Visited: 05/05/2023

Trails are officially open https://www.fs.usda.gov/Internet/FSE_DOCUMENTS/fseprd1095216.pdf
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Temporary Closure
Visited: 03/18/2023

The forest service has deemed the San Bernardino Forest unsafe for public off-roaders to use until June 30th. For more information on this: https://www.fs.usda.gov/Internet/FSE_DOCUMENTS/fseprd1095216.pdf If you disagree with the complete forest closure, please call (909) 382-2682 and ask to speak to the head ranger. You can also contact the head office in Washington,DC, and voice your concern there. (202) 912-7055 Another person you could contact your senator and express your feeling - (949) 598-5850 (Alex Padilla) or (202) 224-3121 (DC switch board) If you are unhappy with this at all, please make sure you sign up for the local off-road collations (Cal4wheel, and Corva). Feel free to reach out to them and ask what you can do. Cal4Wheel - (916) 381-8300 CORVA - 916-710-1950

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