Mojave River Forks Pacific Crest Trail

MODERATE 8 reviews

Mojave River Forks Pacific Crest Trail is a 32.9 mile lightly trafficked point-to-point trail located near Hesperia, California that features a river and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and birding and is accessible year-round.

32.9 miles 8612 feet Point to Point



nature trips





wild flowers

Great hike right off 173.

1 month ago

great place to hike

2 months ago

Will definitely hike this trail again.

7 months ago

We went for a short hike here. We were only gone for a little more than an hour and when we got back, found the car window was broken. Luckily nothing was stolen. We waited for the sheriff who took a report. He said he would not recommend hiking here as cars are FREQUENTLY broken into! He was very helpful and said to go just a little further to where the PCT trailhead is located if we want to hike in the area.

7 months ago

been hiking through here many times. beautiful hike!

8 months ago

easy hike, saw quail and jack rabbits!

11 months ago

3 years ago

I hike the section that starts at Hwy 173 quite often as a conditioning hike but I love it. You can park right there and pick up the trail and go N or S. Easy hike with great views. You can hike all the way to Silverwood from there as well. I couldn't find the exact map data for it so I added it, probably incorrectly. :). Ping me for questions.