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Laguna Ridge Trail

 3.9 (14)

1.2 Miles 2.0 Kilometers


Singletrack

66' 20 m

Ascent

-750' -229 m

Descent

13%

Avg Grade (7°)

32%

Max Grade (18°)

888' 271 m

High

151' 46 m

Low

Shared By Brian Lawler

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A very fun and challenging rocky ride in the Laguna Coast Wilderness Park.

Brian Lawler

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Description

To access this trail, start near the Boat Road and Bommer Ridge Road trail intersection. At the top, there are two different line choices, the one on the left is rockier and a bit more difficult, and if you don't choose your line careful things could get bumpy!

Overall, this is a very rocky rutted double/singletrack with the most difficult section near the top. The trail gets a bit more flowing towards the bottom and there is also one drop off toward the bottom, but it's not big and you can ride around it.

Heading west, this is a very difficult to climb. If you can climb the whole thing non-stop without putting your foot down, you have some serious talent and skill! The drop-off at the bottom would be the most difficult obstacle, technically, to get past, and it gets steep towards the top.

This trail connects to the Big Bend Trail on the east end.

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May 10, 2018
Andy Bedard
Wicked fun and really steep with lots of difficult rock sections and a couple of rock drops
Apr 20, 2018
Nicholas Quevedo
Aug 2, 2017
Trevor Quinn
Aug 27, 2016
Matt Bortis
12h 59m

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  3.9 from 14 votes

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Description is wrong (2016, November) It's not doubletrack and not rocky and there's no dropoffs anywhere. It's a fire road. Well, more of a fire break given it goes straight up the side of the canyon. Featureless other than it has some very steep pitches. Nov 16, 2016
flying dutchman
Coto de Caza
flying dutchman   Coto de Caza
The upper portion has been redirected into a fast and flowy singletrack starting on the left. The original rock drop at the top is part of a new restoration project. Most rocks and drops are now in the lower half of the trail Jul 8, 2017
Just did this for the first time and really enjoyed it. If you park at Laguna Canyon Wilderness Park across from Jeeps R Us, it's much easier to go right alongside the road and then wind up to the ridge than go left up the steep Big Bend trail. The lower half of Laguna Ridge is pretty rocky. I'm more novice but took some video in case it helps anyone: youtu.be/yFFKhO9P1SA Feb 4, 2018

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