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Dirt road to connect major biking circuits south of Big Bear Lake.

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1.8

Miles

2.9

KM

Doubletrack

7,603' 2,317 m

High

7,332' 2,235 m

Low

357' 109 m

Up

87' 26 m

Down

5%

Avg Grade (3°)

10%

Max Grade (6°)

Dogs Leashed

E-Bikes Allowed

Need to Know

Dirt road—watch for traffic such as hikers, mini-vans full of campers, trucks, motorcycles, walkers, etc.

Description

This is a dirt road called 2N17. Climbing from west to east can be pretty tough for new riders. Tt starts steep, gets steeper, finds a little downhill relief, and then climbs very steeply again. I've only ridden it from west to east—the other direction has got to be a blast. Anyhow, having this road in your pocket lets you connect big mountain loops south of the lake for all day epic rides—consider mixing in some of the singletrack trails and fire roads. Then repeat as necessary—the options are endless.

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in Big Bear Lake

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#10

in Big Bear Lake

#2,427

in California

#26,781

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Entrance to the Camp Osito Rancho - no trespassing.
Sep 16, 2019 near Big Bea…, CA

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