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El Dorado Ranch

 2 votes

Length

7.2 Miles 11.6 Kilometers


65%

Singletrack

Elevation

815' 248 m

Ascent

-813' -248 m

Descent

4%

Avg Grade (2°)

13%

Max Grade (7°)

3,838' 1,170 m

High

3,353' 1,022 m

Low

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This ride is part doubletrack and part singletrack trails in the foothills of Oak Glen.

Andrew Hopkins

Overview

This system is located in the beautiful foothills of Oak Glen. The trailhead has a nice parking lot and restroom facility. The start of the ride, on the Parking Lot Access trail, is doubletrack leading to multiple choices of trails to choose.
Features: -none-
Family Friendly: Scenic hiking trails and easy access from the parking area with restrooms. Pretty easy hiking or riding (for a rider with gears).
Dogs: Leashed

Need to Know

Dogs are supposed to be leashed but you know how that goes. There are horses at times, too.

Description

Throughout the ranch, you'll find some singletrack and some doubletrack trails and connectors. There are a few stream crossings depending on the time of year you choose to ride along the singletrack sections. The grade is average in the beginning stages then gets pretty steep on some of the later singletrack sections.

There are a few awesome hiking trails that fork off of the singletrack climb that take you up into the Oak Glen canyons. You'll have to do a few laps, crisscrossing around if you want to get any serious mileage.

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Jul 16, 2017
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