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Dog Valley to Stampede Reservoir OHV Trail [CLOSED]

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Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest

Dog Valley to Stampede Reservoir OHV Trail [CLOSED] is a 44.1 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Floriston, California that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for nature trips and ohv/off road driving and is best used from April until October.

Length 44.1 mi Elevation gain 6,656 ft Route type Loop
Nature trips Ohv / off road driving Forest Lake Views Wildlife Closed
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Note: As of 8/17/20, this trail is closed due to the Loyalton Fire. For more information, please see https://inciweb.nwcg.gov/photos/CATNF/2020-08-15-1522-Loyalton/related_files/pict20200717-191944-0.pdf

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Reviews (9)
Photos (24)
Recordings (8)
Completed (18)
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Lisa English
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Hiking

A very rocky dirt road meant for OHV, not good for hiking.

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Rebecca Gonzales
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Off Road Driving

Great trail for hiking to off-road vehicles. Went in June ‘19 after long winter. Few nice primitive campground areas. Few side road trails inaccessible and gated. Beautiful views once you hit tree line from Verdi side (where we started out). Once you get to Stampede Reservoir, the road is paved highway to I-80 at Hirschdale Rd.

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Craig Coulter
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HikingMuddySnow

Wanted to make it all the way to Verdi Peak but to much snow over the pass. Couldn’t see the trail.

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Paul Remmenga
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Hiking

Easy to get to. Great views and love the smell of the forest.

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Shanti Rahm
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Off Road Driving
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The main trail was a pretty easy dirt road but we found some more difficult and super amazing trails that branched off. Main road is super easy for beginners but if you explore some of the unmapped areas you can find difficult routes and amazing spots.

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Carlos Valdespin
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Hiking
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Jeff Hogg
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Mountain biking
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Jonathan C
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Off Road Driving
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Lindsey Thomas
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Hiking
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