Santa Ana River Trail (SART) 2E03 Shuttle
ElevationAscent: 1,300' 396 m
Descent: -1,782' -543 m
High: 6,380' 1,944 m
Low: 5,021' 1,530 m
GradeAvg Grade: 4% (2°)
Max Grade: 20% (11°)
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“A long shuttle ride through amazing singletrack.”— Bryce Knudson
Long, flowing, xc-style singletracks with tight, hairpin turns and occasional easy climbs. Much of this ride hugs the hillside and has step drops to the right.
This trail finishes with a fire road climb that is not only manageable but quite pleasant.
This can also be done as an out-and-back, but if you do that, I'd recommend starting at the bottom (Angelus Oaks) so you get the climbing out of the way first.
Angelus Oaks restaurant is a must have after your ride. Good beer and good food.
From here you combine two trails: Santa Ana River Trail (SART) from South Fork to Glass Road and Santa Ana River Trail (SART) 2E03 Glass Road to Middle Control Road.
These trails have tons of tree cover and wind in and out of the trees and along the hillside. Stop and enjoy the creeks, then bomb down the wide singletrack sections through the trees.
When you hit the bottom of the second section, turn left on Middle Control Road and climb three miles out to your car. This road is well-used by vehicles so be aware, otherwise, this climb is very mellow and the road is well maintained. If you are lucky you'll be treated with a small waterfall out of the rocks about two miles up.
Land Manager: USFS - San Bernardino National Forest Office