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You are here: Home : Mountain Biking Last Updated on 08/13/2004    
RATINGS
Diff: Rating 4/10
Scenic: Rating 6/10
Tech: Rating 2/10
MTB in Oak Hills
         near Hesperia, CA
Location: High Desert, Mojave Desert, Southern California
Region: Hesperia Region
Total Distance: 25 Mi
Season: Year-round
Type: Wandering


Ride added by
TractorUp
on 08/13/2004
Driving Directions
Take I-15 to the Oak Hill road exit or the Hwy 395 exit or the Main St exit and drive to Oak Hills. Better yet, ride there.
Route
This is a general informational post illustrating the mtb riding options in and around Oak Hills, CA.
Details
There's some real nice riding out here, mostly south of Ranchero Rd. I've been doing about 25 miles a day out here for the last 3 days. I used to ride around out here a lot but kind of just forgot about it. The area consists of little used dirt roads, a few new paved roads, dirt bike trails, powerline roads, RR track roads. You can find some nice fast dirt riding out here if you stay off the main dirt roads where all the washboards and sand are. You can cover a lot of ground, mostly all on dirt roads and there are many interconnecting trails that run between the roads. One of the nice things about this area compared to other desert areas is most of the dogs are behind fences... although one day I had a beagle type dog chase me down at 25 mph, that little thing was fast.
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