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Seven Oaks Trail to Grand View Point

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San Bernardino National Forest

Seven Oaks Trail to Grand View Point is a 5.8 mile out and back trail located near Angelus Oaks, California that offers scenic views. The trail is rated as moderate and primarily used for hiking. Dogs are also able to use this trail.

Distance: 5.8 miles Elevation Gain: 1,981 feet Route Type: Out & Back

dog friendly

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20 hours ago

Great trail! Views were beautiful and trail is well maintained. It is a steady uphill climb but it’s not too steep and only 3 miles up so it’s not too bad if you’re in decent shape. Lots of trails converge at the top so there were a lot of people at the view point (this is also Memorial Day weekend) but we only saw 1 other group on this actual trail leading up. It was a Beautiful, secluded hike and I would recommend it.

bugs
21 days ago

I suppose if you're in excellent shape then the trail would seem "moderate." Both my girlfriend and I found the trail to be arduous. We made it, and the views are indeed stunning, but be prepared for a steep hike nearly the entire way.

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25 days ago

Beautiful view, but a very constant uphill hike. Obviously on the way back it’s downhill, but the uphill doesn’t seems like it ever ends. One of my only negative reviews on a hike because of the uphill battle.

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bugs
28 days ago

The views were amazing the higher you got, and take the extra 1/4 mi up to Grand View Point. Take plenty of water, very dry trail, no others persons on trail, although a few people at Grand view point- they came up from the other side of the mountain. Good social distancing hike! Gnats in the beginning, maybe bring a mosquito net for over your head or bandana. Beautiful trail, good climb, spectacular views! Some trees in between for shade, but was warm out today 4/26/20

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bugs
10 months ago

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Sat May 19 2018

This is a narrow trail up a decomposed granite ridge to a nice secluded lookout point. Since the DG can be loose and the trail steep, wear appropriate shoes. Bring lots of water - there are no facilities or fountains at the trail head, lookout or along the way. Much of the trail is sunny, but there are frequent shady patches to cool down and catch your breath. Some recordings for this trail start at the end of the paved road, but there is space to park at the trail head along the unpaved Radford Truck Trail. This is the dirt road where the sign indicated “to big bear”, and another sign indicated a helipad. Driving or hiking along the truck trail, continue straight through any intersection or junction. Look for overhead utilities and a fire usage restriction sign - the trail head is on the left. There is room for two or three cars to park off the road. Total elevation gain over the 3 miles to the lookout was about 2000 ft from the trail head - not including the truck trail. The view is primarily southward towards San Gorgonio and sometimes westward. It keeps getting better and better the higher you climb. Once you reach the Skyline trail, follow signs towards Knotty Pine / Grandview.

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