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Power Line OHV Trail [CLOSED] is a 19 mile lightly trafficked point-to-point trail located near Tollhouse, 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 best used from May until October.

Length 19.0 mi Elevation gain 2,857 ft Route type Point to Point
Ohv / off road driving Forest Views Rocky Closed
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As of September 2020, trails in this area are closed due to wildfire. See park page for more information. Although generally easy, there are a few sections along this route that can get technical, steep, and rocky. This route definitely requires 4WD with decent ground clearance.

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Alex Ponce
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Off Road Driving
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eddie v209
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Off Road DrivingGreat!
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Mohammed Alqutami
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HikingBugsOff trailRocky
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Samantha Gillis
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Off Road DrivingOver grownRocky

Not clearly marked. Wouldn’t have stayed off the trail without the pro access to offline tracking. More moderate than easy. The beginning of the trail was tough.

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South Phanthai
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BugsNo shadeOff trailOver grownRocky

I did this trail at night it was awesome I didn't see a single soul out there very quiet the stars are beautiful. the beginning is fun a lots of ups and downs little rocky have to be careful of all the little side service roads there's a lot, stay on the main one. GPS signal will go in and out. I turned on Dawn road after passing halfway up because I got tired and that road is very less traveled uphill with down trees I had to clear with my winch it took me to Huntington lake road which took me back to the 168 towards shaver lake. it's smaller tighter road but fun. I saw rabbits, skunks, deers, some bugs and flies. about 60 degrees at night it was great.

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Ric Ryan Catalasan
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Off Road Driving

First half of the trail is pretty fun, you follow along the power lines, there are technical areas to flex your vehicle, the second half is when you eventually veer off from the power lines and end up on a dirt road with mountainside scenic views then finally through small residential area with gravel. When traversing through the power line section, be mindful of mud ruts after it rains because it’ll turn into soup easily, especially in the low areas. Fun for beginners but if you are looking for a challenge, it’s nothing to write home about.

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Vlad D
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Off Road DrivingNo shade

Nice and easy trail. We took it easy at first but then were able to easily go 20mph in 4H with the exception of some rocks. The trail ends close to Lake Shaver, which was a nice point to relax afterward. Google maps didn’t show all of the road intersections on the trail so I had to make some judgements when I was going using my car’s gps (even though a lot of the trail has LTE). I’d say it was easy to not get lost, but there were some offshoot trails. Most notably, when you reach a place that looks like a horse farm, make sure to turn to the right to stay on the trail. This part of Shaver lake was very warm and unshaded. For cooler places with more trees, check out the area near the Bald Mountain..it was also open during the Quarantine

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KEVIN O'NEAL
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Off Road Driving

Great riding for quads, side by sides, and dirt bikes. There is all skill levels depending on what route you take. Great trails!!!

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preston Sanchez
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Off Road Driving

easy trail my brother in law went through it with his stock jeep wrangler sport. we both kept our vehicles in 4H though. I recommend getting the pro version of this app it helps keep you on track.

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Randy Downer
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Off Road Driving

Great Beginner OHV route. A few spots were pretty steap. Kept it in 4W high the entire time, no problems. If it were raining or wet this trail would be quite a bit more difficult. Some great views, and everything was green this time of year.

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Jose Toledo
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HikingOff trail
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Alex Klim
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Off Road DrivingMuddy

nice road with many side trails.

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Derrick Dizon
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Hiking

Fun trail. Exited on Old RR grade rd went down to redinger lake afterwards nice day trip or camping closer to redinger lake. Did it in stock 90 4runner on 31s some spots of the trail you gotta look out for big ruts on the trail from people having fun in the mud @4x4slyota

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Cid Bobadilla
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Off Road Driving

Super cool trail for beginners I took my completely stock Chevy Colorado z71 for my first time and there’s a lot of different trail options that will keep me coming back.

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Samuel Alarcon
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Off Road Driving

Good trail nothing crazy I was in 2wd for about 95% of the way the scenery is what made this trail forsure we went in December not to crazy with snow it was perfect!

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Madison Bethune
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Hiking

Awesome trail . highly recommend

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Nate B
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HikingRockyWashed out

This was my first OHV trail since moving here to CA. All in all it went great but took longer than expected and was a little harder than expected. I have a nearly stock WJ Grand Cherokee, it did great and made it out in one piece! haha! Started it around 9:15 and exited about 1 p.m. Took a couple wrong turns but not a big deal. Had a lot of fun and can't wait to do another.

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Chad Emerick
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Off Road Driving

It's a nice offroad drive i was using it to test out the setup on my crosstrek so its not to difficult. i only did 10 miles of it and took me about 2 hours of driving time but i did end up on the wrong path multiple times.

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Jessica Brooks
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HikingOff trail
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Jana Brooks
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HikingOff trail
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Nicholas Melillo
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Off Road Driving

This is a great trail to start off with, no crazy obstacles but still an entertaining route. A lot of trees were chopped down so once you progress to the end of the trail there are a lot of fallen trees in the way of some route, but none that blocked you in completely.

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Jeremy Estes
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Off Road DrivingMuddyOff trailWashed out

first half of the trail up to Jose basin is fun for a stock rig. They are logging after there and is pretty much a bumpy dirt road till the end of the trail. Went in may and the rain and mud was crazy. Went again a few weeks later and was nice out , no problems.

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