“From fire road, to doubletrack, to singletrack, this ride will not disappoint.
— Ed M.
Do not ride your bike in the Cucamonga Wilderness area or you'll be cited! If you're unsure of where you can't enter, head on over to the visitor center and they'll provide you with a map and info.
This nice little gem can be accessed right before you reach Mt Baldy. You'll need to shuttle up here and leave a car at the bottom near Euclid Avenue and 24th Street, where there is plenty of parking available.
Need to Know
Parking is limited at the trailhead by Mt Baldy and there is virtually no cell reception so be sure to bring a GPS, download the map, or use the MTB Project mobile app
The trail itself isn't too steep or technical but there are random areas of high consequence if you're not careful. These trails are not very frequented so the deeper you go, the less maintained it will become. For this reason, it is recommended you come prepared with plenty of water, spare tubes, and pads are recommended.
The elevation gain is slightly over 1,300', but you're already starting at roughly 3,500' above sea level, so be aware of this. Also, be mindful of the people that live up here and respect the property of others as you go up the initial climb.