Bee Canyon to Pine Cove Road is a 13.1 mile moderately trafficked point-to-point trail located near Hemet, California that features a waterfall and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for camping and ohv/off road driving and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length13.1 miElevation gain4,140 ftRoute typePoint to point
Dogs on leashCampingOHV/Off-road drivingForestRiverViewsWaterfallWildflowersWildlifeSnowWashed out
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Donnie C
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OHV/Off-road drivingNo shade

being from Colorado and now in Cali, it's hard to find rowdy trails. Did a night run of bee canyon and wasn't all that impressed. the elevation climb was cool but as far as actual wheeling, never left 2wd. trail pig is a 14 JK 2door 3" lift on 35's. I'd recommend this trail for someone who just bought a factory rig and needs to stretch their "dirt legs".

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Brad Schofro
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OHV/Off-road drivingGreat!

Absolutely amazing trail. My 2wd open differential f150 with 33" A/T made it through with no real problem. The waterfall was amazing and everything about this trail was great. You would definitely not regret hitting this one!

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Elizabeth Fortin
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OHV/Off-road drivingBugsGreat!

Did this trail today with my kids and my sister in my Jeep Renegade trailhawk was glad it has 4x4 it was my first time off roading and was kinda scary for my first time I was bounced all over the place but was so fun , stopped at the waterfall to do some hiking and relaxing then up the rest of the way to pinecone and then done to hemet . it was a long day nice drive but would say it was a moderate trail not easy bit that could just be because it was my first time .

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Jenn Suazo
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Hiking

quick trip a few miles to spot out ranges. watch out for snakes

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Nick Lizardi
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The main entrance is a little boring but had a fun experience. next time I would go in through the back end. lots more green and closer to the river.

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Evan Encinas
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OHV/Off-road drivingGreat!

Trail was nice, offered great views, longer in length. took a bit to get out of the sun and into the trees. After you pass the creek crossing g it starts to get very rutted on the way to pine cove. Recommend 4x4 at that point on. You will get Pinstriping on full size trucks.

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joey reynoso
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OHV/Off-road drivingGreat!
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Lucas Knighton
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OHV/Off-road driving

Bumpy. You probably shouldn't try this in a sedan. Deep Ruts up high. Not terribly challenging, but does require you to pay attention.

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Derek Escobar
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OHV/Off-road drivingWashed out

Trail was easy if you take your time. 4x4 only needed once you get to the yellow post sites. Not a ton of traffic. Yellow Post site #2 was left trashed, who over stayed there 28/29th left plates and beer cans all over. Aside from that it was a great site.

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Nipoj Parnprome
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OHV/Off-road drivingGreat!

Our first time driving this trail in our new Gladiator Rubicon. It's a fun and fairly easy trail that any 4x4 vehicle can complete; we even saw a stock-looking Jeep Compass with street tires make it all the way to the stream crossing/waterfall (but definitely do not recommend doing this trail with that configuration). Keep in mind there is two-way traffic on this trail. The first part of the trail is dusty and mostly single-lane with some occasional turnout/wider sections to allow on-coming traffic pass. The first part of the trail itself is not very difficult, however, there were so many buggies flying down the road and blind corners--we had some close calls. Making room for on-coming traffic (especially during the tight single-lane sections with a drop-off to the side) can be a bit hairy, especially for beginners--as you may need to back down to allow on-coming traffic to pass. That said, the trail itself was fun for the family--the stream crossing/water fall section is a nice cool place to stop and have lunch. As you make your way past the stream, things get more rutty and muddy. High-clearance vehicles will have no issues but if you are low, you will need some tire-placement finesse. As you approach the end of the trail, the open area allows you to air back up. You'll see a fork, take the left fork to head into Pine Cove and then a right onto the 242 to head down into Idyllwild for lunch or dinner (definitely a nice treat after a fun day of driving).

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Melissa Knott
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Hiking

awesome trail! made it all the way up in my crosstrek!

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Marco Ponce
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OHV/Off-road drivingMuddy

Fun trail. Drove into the waterfall without much issue in my lifted Rav4 AWD. Couldn’t get past campsite 2 due to the amount of mud and slippery uphill as you start to climb up. Will be back when it’s dry.

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Eric Roman
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OHV/Off-road drivingMuddy

Tried the trail saturday in my rwd pf an couldn’t make it there is a spot where the ruts an mud are deep it took me about 15 min to find the right line. Once i was passed the waterfalls it got really muddy around the camps an creek so i turned around. Definately will be back after i lift the pf

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Ryan Torres
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Brian Puza
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OHV/Off-road drivingGreat!IcyMuddyRockySnow

Great trail. Super easy until you get through the water crossing. Snow melt has some pretty deep gnarly mud. Deep ruts don’t make it easy for non lifted vehicles. S

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Andy Deck
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OHV/Off-road drivingGreat!MuddyRockySnow

Solid trail, got some technical and speedy areas. Clearance would help. Doable in 2wd but keep an eye out for mud and snow cause it's gets real messy. pretty long drive so bring snacks and water. Overall nice trail, will have to come back again.

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Anthony Martin
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Is this trail 2wd friendly? Got 3 inch lift and all terrains

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Oscar Serrato
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Hiking

It snowed a couple days ago. It got really technical and icy after the creek. Super super fun riding in the snow though.

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Lee Burbank
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OHV/Off-road drivingGreat!

Great trail, pretty easy in our 2021 Wrangler 2dr jl. It was our inaugural ride. It is, however a long ride.

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Bluebicon !
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OHV/Off-road drivingGreat!

Great ride for a beginner. Kids loved it. The water was great spot for lunch.

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Cara Barker
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OHV/Off-road driving

Trail was fun!!! Very little snow off the trail, but you can tell where the last snow melted on the trail because there were a couple muddy spots. Other than that it was dry. The water crossing was super shallow, didn’t even go up above the tire. With the trees and mountains, it’s such a pretty trail.

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Jorge Vazquez
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Hiking

nice easy trail. watch out for crazy rzr and riders bombing the hills cause it gets tight real quick

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