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Delilah Fire Lookout OHV Trail [CLOSED]

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Sequoia National Park

Delilah Fire Lookout OHV Trail is a 17.1 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Dunlap, California that features a great forest setting and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for ohv/off road driving and is accessible year-round.

Length 17.1 mi Elevation gain 2,440 ft Route type Out & Back

Ohv / off road driving

Forest

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Closed

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Reviews (9)
Photos (2)
Recordings (7)
Completed (18)
Edwin Ehrsam
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OHV/Off Road Driving

Gate was closed. Tried the other trails near by and they were all close. No snow and it was dry. But the site says it’s open year round?

Michael Solon
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Hiking

Incorrect trail route on all trails of you follow the red route this will take you to the Armenian Church Camp. Private property not allowed to take this route. Follow signs for Delilah Path it is actually 14 miles out and back not 7.

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Bradles Finklestien
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Scenic driving

Nice easy trail. Good for beginners just starting off. Weird gate that makes it seem like the service road enters private property. Didn’t NEED my 4x4 but I used it a couple times for practice.

Delilah Garza
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I want to see the trail last time my sons Arturo Sanchez and Nathan Mendoza and Carly went it was on

William Alvarez
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Scenic driving
First to Review

Its a pretty great place to enjoy the country, especially around march and April when everything is blooming. I recently went there (june 20,2015) and everything is dry. Very dusty and the little river that runs along the road is dry. In regards to Delilah's lookout, its a beautiful place to visit. There is a ranger at the fire lookout. Some are pretty cool and some ask some annoying questions. (Ehh). If you decide to go there watch out for COWS and rattlesnakes!! I mean. You hear and see them almost every 25 feet. Its pretty easy for high clearance veh. And hardy any mid or sand. If you get a chance hit the kings river from there and you'll enjoy the place even more.

J H
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Hiking
Karina Adams
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Hiking
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Vaneshia Hernandez
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Dan Nguyen
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