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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.

20N04 - Erickson Ridge (Sanhedrin Mountain)

Upper Lake, California

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21 Road

Colorado

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Technical Rating: 1-3
Difficulty: Easy
Length: 0.68 Miles
Duration: 15 minutes
Status: Open

225 - Land Between the Lakes

Dover, Tennessee

Situated in Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area, two hours from Nashville, Tennessee, this area is a popular destination for those looking to escape the city. Access over 300 miles of undeveloped shoreline, 200 miles of paved roads, 500 miles of trails, and 170,000 acres of forests and open lands. While most people stick to the pavement to see the Land Between the Lakes, the many off-road trails in the area offer a great way see the backcountry without the crowds. if you hang with the adventure crowd, this trail offers not only off-roading, but also great swimming in the summer along Lake Kentucky and Lake Barkley. In addition, you can enjoy some of the best camping, hunting, fishing, horse riding, off-highway vehicle driving and environmental-conservation education programs around. You’ll also appreciate spending time at Homeplace 1850s Working Farm and Living History Museum, Woodlands Nature Station, and the Golden Pond Planetarium. Take a week or a day to explore Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area. There’s something for everyone!

241.1B Devils Canyon Spur

Idaho Springs, Colorado

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25E208 - Bow Tie

California

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25E2090 -Bend

California

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25E213 - Tower

California

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25E318 - Deadman’s Curve

California

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26E211 - Plain

California

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26E212 - Red Lake Trail  - Shaver Lake, California
Technical Rating: 5-6
Difficulty: Moderate
Length: 2.4 Miles
Duration: about 2 hours
Status: Seasonal Closure

26E212 - Red Lake Trail

Shaver Lake, California

A high mountain lake hidden at the end of this rock crawling 4x4 trail makes for a killer end-of-trail reward and an even better camping location. Rock gardens, dense forest, a few short stretches of easy trail and, of course, Red Lake, make up Red Lake Trail. This is one of many 4x4 trails in the Red Mountain OHV network in the Sierra National Forest, northeast of Shaver Lake and Southeast of Huntington Lake. Red Lake Trail is one of the "easier" trails in this area, when compared to Mirror Lake Trail and Coyote Lake Trail , but do not underestimate Red Lake. While easier, it is not "easy", and still a challenge to reach the Lake at the end.

26E213 - Coyote Lake Trail  - Shaver Lake, California
Technical Rating: 7-9
Difficulty: Moderate-Difficult
Length: 1.7 Miles
Duration: about 2 hours
Status: Seasonal Closure

26E213 - Coyote Lake Trail

Shaver Lake, California

A high mountain lake hidden at the end of the Red Lake 4x4 Trail is, literally, only the beginning. Coyote Lake Trail is a challenging, rock crawling 4x4 trail that runs from Red Lake to Coyote Lake. Rock crawling, swimming, fishing, camping and lake side relaxation in the high mountains of the Sierra National Forest make for one of the most rewarding 1.7 miles you can run. This is one of many 4x4 trails in the Red Mountain off-road trail network in the Sierra National Forest, northeast of Shaver Lake and Southeast of Huntington Lake. Rock obstacles, dense forest, and two lakes make Coyote Lake Trail a prime destination for the seasoned wheeler looking to get off the grid.

26E216 - Mirror Lake Trail  - Shaver Lake, California
Technical Rating: 8-9
Difficulty: Difficult
Length: 1.3 Miles
Duration: about 2 hours
Status: Seasonal Closure

26E216 - Mirror Lake Trail

Shaver Lake, California

This high mountain lake trail adds extra pucker factor with its steep, rocky, off camber winch hill where winch posts have been drilled and set in the rocks at two locations. Mirror Lake Trail is a hardcore rock crawling 4x4 trail that runs from Strawberry Lake Trail, near Sand Flats, to Mirror Lake at its north end. Rock crawling, swimming, fishing, camping and lake side relaxation in the high mountains of the Sierra National Forest make for one of the most challenging and rewarding 1.3 miles you can run. Mirror Lake Trail is one of many 4x4 trails in the Red Mountain off-road trail network which sits northeast of Shaver Lake and Southeast of Huntington Lake.

26E219 - Bald Mountain - Shaver Lake, California
Technical Rating: 3-8
Difficulty: Easy-Difficult
Length: 4.4 Miles
Duration: about 2 hours
Status: Open

26E219 - Bald Mountain

Shaver Lake, California

This scenic 4x4 trail includes something for everyone with its numerous difficult lines that can be bypassed by those looking for an easier route. At the peak of Bald Mountain and Hollywood Hill, you will find panoramic views of the surrounding mountains, Shaver Lake and the San Joaquin Valley. If the daytime views aren't enough for you, head to the tower at sunset and watch the sun fade into the night time lights of Fresno below. 26E219 - Bald Mountain is only one of many off-road trails in the Bald Mountain OHV area which sits just east of Shaver Lake in the Sierra National Forest.

26E330 - Powder Hill - Shaver Lake, California
Technical Rating: 4-6
Difficulty: Easy-Moderate
Length: 0.8 Miles
Duration: 20 minutes
Status: Open

26E330 - Powder Hill

Shaver Lake, California

This short, steep 4x4 trail, 26E330 - Powder Hill, is a small part of the Bald Mountain OHV trail network near Shaver Lake in the Sierra National Forest. Powder Hill includes some amazing views of the surrounding forest and one of the longest and steepest hill climbs in the Bald Mountain trail system.

271.1G - Idaho Springs, Colorado
Technical Rating: 2
Difficulty: Easy
Length: 0.67 Miles
Duration: 10 minutes
Status: Open

271.1G

Idaho Springs, Colorado

Part of the Yankee Hill Network, this off-road 4X4 trail can expand your fun factor for the day when combined with other trails in the area.

2730-190 Road - Tygh Valley, Oregon
Technical Rating: 2-3
Difficulty: Easy
Length: 1.7 Miles
Duration: 30 minutes
Status: Open

2730-190 Road

Tygh Valley, Oregon

As the 2730-130 Road descends through the forest, the trees begin their slow transformation from alpine species into scrub oak and ponderosa pine. This trail marks the transition from the Cascades full of lush, dense coniferous forests into the dry, open savanna and grasslands of Central Oregon. The road skirts along the south side of the Mount Hood National Recreation Area Fifteen Mile Unit where a deep canyon lays waiting to be discovered by those who hike beyond the trees. An abandoned campground at the terminus of the 2730-130 Road gives the whole route an eerie, forgotten feeling that adds to the mystery of the transition of ecosystems on the way to the Central Oregon desert.

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