Loch Leven to Angelus Oaks

MODERATE 3 reviews
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Loch Leven to Angelus Oaks is a 9.7 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Yucaipa, California that offers the chance to see wildlife and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from March until October.

DISTANCE
9.7 miles
ELEVATION GAIN
1751 feet
ROUTE TYPE
Out & Back

backpacking

camping

hiking

mountain biking

nature trips

trail running

forest

views

wildlife

rocky

scramble

This is a easy/moderate trail that follows the old route for Hwy 38. Some paved sections still remain, but is mostly dirt double and single-track. There is one rocky / light scramble section early on the route. keep left on this section going up to avoid going off trail (The trail can falsely appear to veer to the right here). While not overly spectacular, there are some nice views of the valley / canyons below. Fairly constant uphill but nothing too considerably steep. The trail ends at a road in Angelus Oaks. Amenities can be found a short walk from the end of the trail by following the road to where it meets back up with Hwy 38. Mountain bikers frequent this trail, so be alert for riders coming downhill.

mountain biking
3 days ago

Really scenic and fun to ride. Starts off of Highway 38, and ends at the Angelus Oaks Restaurant. Bits of the trail are pieces of road, because it used to be a fire road. Super fun!

hiking
8 days ago

24 days ago

This is a easy/moderate trail that follows the old route for Hwy 38. Some paved sections still remain, but is mostly dirt double and single-track. There is one rocky / light scramble section early on the route. keep left on this section going up to avoid going off trail (The trail can falsely appear to veer to the right here). While not overly spectacular, there are some nice views of the valley / canyons below. Fairly constant uphill but nothing too considerably steep. The trail ends at a road in Angelus Oaks. Amenities can be found a short walk from the end of the trail by following the road to where it meets back up with Hwy 38.

Mountain bikers frequent this trail, so be alert for riders coming down.