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Albertson Fire Road

Intermediate

Trail

7.4 mile 12.0 kilometer point to point
Doubletrack
Intermediate

Elevation

Ascent: 1,538' 469 m
Descent: -689' -210 m
High: 2,248' 685 m
Low: 1,143' 348 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 6% (3°)
Max Grade: 22% (12°)

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Trail shared by Mark Dochtermann

Long hard climb up to China Flat. Beautiful views. Exhilarating downhill.

Mark Dochtermann

Electric Mountain Bikes Allowed

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Description

Most of this trail is smooth fireroad. In the middle, there is a 1/2-mile section of singletrack to allow public access around a section of the fireroad that is closed to the public.

In hot weather, the climb going east is brutal. Going west, downhill, the fireroad is smooth and wide allowing dangerously high speeds. Please be careful and watch out for horseback riders and other trail users.

There is trailhead parking at the western end on the neighborhood streets.

The eastern end of Albertson's allows you to connect to Upper Las Virgenes Canyon Trail. There is no access beyond this point as there is a gate and the land beyond is private property owned by Boeing.

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Oct 27, 2018
Alon Zelico
Aug 15, 2018
KC Downhill
Jul 1, 2018
Alon Zelico
Apr 1, 2017
Ryan Reedom
Aug 8, 2015
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