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Santiago Creek Trail

 2.8 (4)

2.7 Miles 4.3 Kilometers


Doubletrack

187' 57 m

Ascent

-51' -15 m

Descent

2%

Avg Grade (1°)

7%

Max Grade (4°)

578' 176 m

High

441' 134 m

Low

Shared By David Gregg

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A wandering mix of wide, easy dirt roads and trails crossed by other trails many times.

David Gregg

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Description

The extreme northern 200-yard stretch of this trail, rising from the manicured riverside, is actually a tough, technical, intermediate climb. Also, most of the northern half of this trail is shaded by a canopy of oak trees.

If you somehow manage to stay on the trail without getting side-tracked through the maze of flat hiking trails, it will ascend the impossibly steep, but short, western shoulder of Villa Park Dam, dead-ending on Lolita St. Continue south on Lolita for a hundred yards and the trail resumes on the left through the open field.

The southern portion of this trail is flat, hard-packed, riverbed sand and gravel, cross country stuff.

It's my guess that this "trail" was only recently given a name, and before that it was a mish-mash of different trails. At least, that's what it feels like when you ride it.

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  2.8 from 4 votes

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