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Johnson's

Difficult

Trail

3.2 mile 5.1 kilometer point to point
Singletrack
Difficult

Elevation

Ascent: 1,190' 363 m
Descent: -9' -3 m
High: 2,601' 793 m
Low: 1,420' 433 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 7% (4°)
Max Grade: 20% (11°)

Dogs

Unknown
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Trail shared by Tim Condit

A fast bumpy flowy ride that is sure to delight

Tim Condit

Electric Mountain Bikes Unknown

Features -none-

You must pass through a locked gated community at the beginning of the ride. The security guard will open the gate or buzz you through the locked door.

Description

This is a great ride that not many people know about. Typically riders will have the place to themselves.

After passing through the locked gate follow the signs marked "Los Angeles County Trail", which parallel the road. At the end of a short steep climb the nicety ends and the more difficult portion of Johnson's begins. Johnson's climb provides some fun technical riding that might remind some of Moab.

At the end of the trail is the Rocky Peak fire road. Here you can combine this trail with either Chumash or Hummingbird and make it into a shuttle run or head back the way you came.

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We need help with the following missing trail information:

Family Friendly, ADA Accessible, Need to Know, Dogs Allowed, Features, Electic Mountain Bikes Allowed

Contacts

Land Manager: Los Angeles County Parks and Rec

Aug 1, 2019: Media

Jul 31, 2019: 2019 Conference

Jul 31, 2019: Past Conferences

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