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Water Canyon - Pisgah Peak Rd

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A challenging and steeply graded climb.


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2.4

Miles

3.8

KM

Doubletrack

4,905' 1,495 m

High

3,639' 1,109 m

Low

1,266' 386 m

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10%

Avg Grade (6°)

21%

Max Grade (12°)

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Description

Driving take Wildwood Canyon Road East. Make left on Canyon Drive. Use the dirt parking lot on the right. Gear up and head north on Canyon drive dirt road. Stay left heading north till you come to a house on left with horses . The house will be just after a decent little climb. You'll see the T intersection which is the start of the Pisgah Peak Trail on the right. Dig in and get after it. The trail is a killer climb. All fire road but a grueling grade. Once to the top where you'll see a concrete water tower.

From here, you can continue north east into Oak Glen or drop in to the south fire road for the downhill. Keep your eye out to the right side . You'll find two Singletrack downhill trails. The first will take you back down towards the parking area. The second will take you down into a neighborhood. Watch for private property sign. You'll have to take the fire road left for a short wall climb behind and around the houses.

From there navigate your way through the neighborhood to Wildwood Canyon Rd then head west (down) back to Canyon Drive and to the parking area.

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Andrew Hopkins

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Photos

Clouds break apart over the top of the ridge.
Mar 26, 2017 near Yucaipa, CA
View from the top of the Bear Valley Trail (facing South)
Jan 7, 2020 near Yucaipa, CA
Enjoy this nice lookout point toward the top.
Mar 26, 2017 near Yucaipa, CA
You'll know you're reaching the top when you hit this water-tower landmark.
Mar 26, 2017 near Yucaipa, CA

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