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Tahuya / 84-S - Belfair, Washington
Technical Rating: 3-4
Difficulty: Easy
Length: 1.2 Miles
Duration: 40 minutes
Status: Open

Tahuya / 84-S

Belfair, Washington

Tahuya State Forest ORV area is a 4x4 destination for both beginners up to seasoned veterans of the trails. While this forest trail system does have some man made rock gardens, for the most part, the only hindrance to stock vehicles would be the depth of some of the standing water in the winter months. Of course if you are stock or only slightly lifted you might want to stay a spectator at the "Rock Gardens" as they were put in for more modified rigs. Tahuya has been nick-named "2-wheel Tahuya" as most of the trails are fairly easy, but that makes it a perfect place to gain some skills for beginners. There is not really a good map produced that shows all of the trails in this park. What makes it very confusing is that some are 4x4, some are for motorcycles and ATV's and some are just for walking and mountain biking. "Trail 84S" is a fairly technical trail that will test your skills at maneuvering over stumps, roots and shelved rock ledges. There are some pretty significant hill climbs and the tight turns around the trees can grab a fender if you aren't careful. This trail starts just off of "Trail 84N" and continues down to the south end of the park.

Tahuya / Access Road / G-3000 - Belfair, Washington
Technical Rating: 1
Difficulty: Easy
Length: 0.7 Miles
Duration: 15 minutes
Status: Open

Tahuya / Access Road / G-3000

Belfair, Washington

Tahuya State Forest ORV area is a 4x4 destination for both beginners up to seasoned veterans of the trails. While this forest trail system does have some man made rock gardens, for the most part, the only hindrance to stock vehicles would be the depth of some of the standing water in the winter months. Of course if you are stock or only slightly lifted you might want to stay a spectator at the "Rock Gardens" as they were put in for more modified rigs. Tahuya has been nick-named "2-wheel Tahuya" as most of the trails are fairly easy, but that makes it a perfect place to gain some skills for beginners. There is not really a good map produced that shows all of the trails in this park. What makes it very confusing is that some are 4x4, some are for motorcycles and ATV's and some are just for walking and mountain biking. "G-3000" is actually not a 4x4 trail but a service road that gives you access to the south end side of the 4x4 trails and takes you though the middle of the park. Taking this route will lead you to the following 55 Trail, 84S Trail, JBX Trail, 84N Trail, Twin Rocks, and Yellow Jacket

Tower Arch - Moab, Utah
Technical Rating: 3-4
Difficulty: Easy
Length: 3.4 Miles
Duration: about 2 hours
Status: Open

Tower Arch

Moab, Utah

Situated just outside Moab is Arches National Park. Arches is a major tourist destination known for its many sandstone arches that seem to defy the laws of nature. However, most of these famous arches are easily accessible from the main paved road and that’s typically where the crowds flock. Arches is not widely considered a Jeeping destination because it does not contain many off-road trails within its boundaries. In one sense that’s a bummer, but another way to look at it is that all the Moab Jeep fanatics and big outfits won’t put Arches on their radar, which means that what is available may be wide open for the taking.

A short hike over to Tower Arch, Parallel Arch, The Marching Men, and Anniversary Arch make this trail a must do.

06S059 - SHUTEYE PEAK OHV ROUTE

California

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Nevada

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16S17 - Los Pinos Road - Campo, California
Technical Rating: 1
Difficulty: Easy
Length: 4.7 Miles
Duration: about 1 hour
Status: Open

16S17 - Los Pinos Road

Campo, California

Los Pinos Road is an easy, 4.7 mile road that lies about 50 miles east of San Diego, CA and just 10 miles from Mexico. The road can be used as an out-and-back road or as a connector road forming part of a much larger 18-mile loop trail through the Cleveland National Forest. The highlights of this short road are the magnificent views of the southern California and Mexico wilderness. Driving to the top of Los Pinos Mountain (elevation 4800') one is greeted with 360-degree views of Hauser Wilderness and Mexico to the south, Pine Creek Wilderness to the north, the immense Corte Madera Mountain (4600' tall granite boulder) to the east, and Lake Morena to the west. At the top of Los Pinos Mountain is a working fire lookout tower which, when open, allows the visitor even more breathtaking views. Along with this road, the 18-mile loop consists of the following additional roads and trails:

17S04 - Corral Canyon Road

4E03 - Corte Madera Road

17S06 - Skye Valley Road

4E03 - Espinosa Trail

17N37 - Little Round Mountain Road  - Upper Lake, California
Technical Rating: 2
Difficulty: Easy
Length: 1.5 Miles
Duration: 10 minutes
Status: Open

17N37 - Little Round Mountain Road

Upper Lake, California

Little Round Mountain Road goes only 1.5 miles before narrowing to single track. However, it passes through some lovely pine forest, with peakaboo views down to Bucknell Creek (seasonal) which it runs parallel to. Keep your eyes open for Red-tailed Hawks, as they are frequently seen here in springtime and summer. The trail intersects with two single-track OHV routes. When out exploring the Mendocino National Forest, it is a fun, short side trip.

17N67 - Round Salvage NE

Upper Lake, California

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17S04 - Corral Canyon Road - Campo, California
Technical Rating: 1-2
Difficulty: Easy
Length: 4.1 Miles
Duration: 30 minutes
Status: Open

17S04 - Corral Canyon Road

Campo, California

Corral Canyon Road can be driven in either direction. It is one of two main roads to gain access to Corral Canyon OHV Area as well as one of the two campgrounds within the area. The road is a mixture of pavement and dirt and has sections completely covered by trees and other areas fully exposed to sunlight. The road can also be used as a connector road which forms an 18-mile loop around Corral Canyon OHV Area and Cleveland National Forest. Along with this road, the 18-mile loop consists of the following additional roads and trails:

16S17 - Los Pinos Road

4E03 - Corte Madera Road

17S06 - Skye Valley Road

4E03 - Espinosa Trail

17S06 - Skye Valley Road - Campo, California
Technical Rating: 1-2
Difficulty: Easy
Length: 1.8 Miles
Duration: 30 minutes
Status: Open

17S06 - Skye Valley Road

Campo, California

Skye Valley Road is a connector trail between Corte Madera Road and Corral Canyon Road that forms a 18-mile loop through Cleveland National Forest. To the north of the road is Cleveland National Forest and to the south is Hauser Wilderness. Mexico is only 8 miles south of the road. The highlights of this short road are the magnificent views of Los Pinos Mountain to the north and the massive Hauser Canyon to the south. Along with this road, the 18-mile loop consists of the following additional roads and trails:

16S17 - Los Pinos Road

17S04 - Corral Canyon Road

4E03 - Corte Madera Road

4E03 - Espinosa Trail

18N25 - Packsaddle Trail - Upper Lake, California
Technical Rating: 1
Difficulty: Easy
Length: 6.3 Miles
Duration: 20 minutes
Status: Open

18N25 - Packsaddle Trail

Upper Lake, California

Packsaddle Trail, near Lake Pillsbury in the southwest part of the Mendocino National Forest in Northern California, starts and ends at intersections with M1 - Elk Mountain Road, and thus presents an opportunity to bypass a good portion of the heavily washboarded Elk Mountain Road. It is a quieter, smoother, more peaceful route with one exceptional lookout spot, and spends much of its time winding through deep Ponderosa Pine forest. The lookout spot presents a fine 180 degree view towards the east, with seemingly endless rolling, forested hills disappearing forever into the distance. Hull Mountain is prominent to the northeast.

1N01 - Pipes Canyon

Big Bear City, California

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1N04 - Radford Front Line

California

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1N09 - City Creek - Redlands, California
Technical Rating: 2
Difficulty: Easy
Length: 22.7 Miles
Duration: about 4 hours
Status: Open

1N09 - City Creek

Redlands, California

Whether you are into overlanding, 4x4'ing, or rock crawling, the mountains of the San Bernardino Nation Forest are a common area for people to seek adventure and memories. On the front side of Big Bear, is an off-road route that is still barely known, even though it is right off Highway 330, which is the main highway up to Big Bear. 1N09, or City Creek Road as it's also known is a magical scenic drive that can easily be made into a day trip or weekend adventure. The path itself is not that hard, but as you travel east among the dense forests, you are pleasantly surprised by the many water crossings the trail has. So the next time you are going up to Big Bear to do a little wheeling, instead of doing a little overlanding on 3N16 again, check out 1N09 City Creek Road for a taste of the mountains lush past and tranquil beauty.

1N09D - Fredalba Creek - Redlands, California
Technical Rating: 1
Difficulty: Easy
Length: 0.1 Miles
Duration: 2 minutes
Status: Open

1N09D - Fredalba Creek

Redlands, California

Another one of the trails that split off 1N09 City Creek Road, 1N09D Fredalba Creek is a easy dirt road that ends at a gate just up the trail a few hundred yards.

(Don't bother with this road, there is a locked gate just out of sight of the trailhead)

1N13 - Santa Ana - Highland, California
Technical Rating: 1-2
Difficulty: Easy
Length: 0.5 Miles
Duration: 5 minutes
Status: Open

1N13 - Santa Ana

Highland, California

1N13 - Santa Ana, is a 4x4 off-road trail in the San Bernardino National Forest. The trail is on the south-facing slopes below Keller Peak and the town of Running Springs, it is a spur trail off of 1N09 - City Creek. Besides enjoying the beauty of these mountains, the main reason for this route would be to hike to the canyon's bottom to explore the water control facility on the Santa Ana River.

1N21 - Plunge Creek - Redlands, California
Technical Rating: 1
Difficulty: Easy
Length: 0.1 Miles
Duration: 15 minutes
Status: Open

1N21 - Plunge Creek

Redlands, California

One of the many spurs off of 1N09 City Creek Road, 1N21 Plunge Creek offers you a spot to pull off the trail to get away from the traffic. Shortly down the trail is a small creek crossing that can make for a relaxing place to rest. Thus the next time you are on 1N09 make a quick stop down Plunge Creek and check out the scenery.

1N54 - Clarks Grade - Big Bear Lake, California
Technical Rating: 3-4
Difficulty: Easy
Length: 7.5 Miles
Duration: about 1 hour
Status: Open

1N54 - Clarks Grade

Big Bear Lake, California

1N54 - Clarks Grade is a 4x4 off-road trail in the San Bernardino National Forest. From the lowest elevation at the Santa Ana River to the ridge-line south of Big Bear Lake, it is a journey through several ecosystems, including the lushness at the canyon's bottom, to the semi-aridness of the mesquite, sage, and scrub oak, continuing to the conifer level and finally the openness above tree-line on the ridge. It is rumored that this trail was cut in one week as an alternate way off the mountain when, in 1949, the storm of the century blocked all access in and out of Big Bear Lake/Snow Summit.

1N64A Slide Lake - Redlands, California
Technical Rating: 1-2
Difficulty: Easy
Length: 1.7 Miles
Duration: 30 minutes
Status: Open

1N64A Slide Lake

Redlands, California

1N64A - Slide Lake is a wonderful off-road, 4x4 trail in the San Bernardino National Forest. Slide Lake is just one of the many beautiful trails in this Seven Oaks Canyon, including City Creek, Clarks Grade, and Radford. The Bear Creek Watershed at trails end flows into the Santa Ana River just 4 miles downstream on its journey to the Pacific Ocean. The beginning of Bear Creek is at the Big Bear Lake Dam spillway, 6 miles to the northeast. This trail is a gem for the dispersed campsite camper, along with it's connecting brother, 1N64 - Seven Pines. Be watchful of bear, mountain lion, deer and the smaller animals who make this area their home.

1N64 - Seven Pines - Redlands, California
Technical Rating: 1-2
Difficulty: Easy
Length: 4.5 Miles
Duration: about 1 hour
Status: Open

1N64 - Seven Pines

Redlands, California

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.

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