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You are here: Home : Mountain Biking Last Updated on 11/27/2005    
RATINGS
Diff: Rating 7/10
Scenic: Rating 7/10
Tech: Rating 7/10
Pilot Rock from Hesperia
         via Miller Canyon
Location: San Bernardino Mountains, San Bernardino National Forest, Southern California
Region: Silverwood Lake Region
Total Distance: 45 Mi
Elevation Gain: 4,500 Ft
Season: Year-round
Type: Loop
Start Elev: 3,100 Ft
Peak Elev: 5,300 Ft
Total Time: 4.5 hr


Ride added by
TractorUp
on 11/27/2005
Driving Directions
Start in Hesperia
Route
Ride out of honda valley to platform and down steep ridge trail to intersection of Hwy 173 & Hwy 138, make a left up Hwy 138 to Pilot Rock Road. Make a left off the highway and a quick right & continue straight. A trail to the left turns up at a stream crossing, but go right instead. At a junction a few hundred yards later, take the left branch and follow it up, steep in places, to a signed intersection and take a left. The right turn goes into Grass Valley. The left turn will take you down to Pilot Rock Road 2N33, make a left onto the road, ride past Pilot Rock and down the jeep trail 2N17X to the Silverwood lake Dam, ride back through honda valley or take the highway back to Hesperia.
Details
Cold day, had to keep moving, slow day, wore some downhill pants early on...miserably hot. Nice clear day though.
Notes about this ride report
Rode with Todd on the single speed and Romolo.
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