“Bring your legs and lungs!
— Ed M.
Do not ride your bike in the Cucamonga Wilderness. The Cucamonga Peak Trail, north of Joe Elliot Camp, is for hiking only. You'll be cited if caught.
If you want to keep your BPM at an all-time high, then this trail is for you! Be prepared to hike your bike on several sections soon after the trail turns northeast. This relatively untouched trail isn't always maintained and can become overgrown, making it difficult to navigate. Expect large rocks, vegetation, ruts, and downed trees to slow you down. Bring spare tubes. Pads are recommended.
Depending on the time of year, it is possible to link this trail with others over onto Lytle Creek area, via 1N34 AKA San Sevaine Road (Google Maps has this trail listed as Big Tree Truck Road).
This trail can be accessed via Skyline Road in the city of Rancho Cucamonga or preferably linked with Barrett-Stoddard Truck Trail
, which starts in the Mt. Baldy area.