Explore the most popular forest trails near San Bernardino with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

off road driving
26 days ago

This is a fun trail to be on. There a lot of off shoots to practice and learn how to off road but if you are not comfortable with that, then take the main trail. I did the trail in a 1993 Jeep Grand Cherokee with open diffs and the car handled the trail effortlessly. Also on the weekends the trail is kind of crowed so bear in mind that you may get stuck behind a group that takes up the whole trail.

1 month ago

We couldn't find where to start. We were at where the map said but there was no where to park at all so we left.

on Tunnell Road to SawMill Loop

1 month ago

This trail is primarily a rocky rutted ATV/Jeep trail along a long ridge line though much if it is now blocked from traffic. There are some beautiful views of the mountains. Not a bad route for trail running.

fun trail but can get a little busy on the weekend. be mindful of oncoming traffic, don't go too fast. has side obstacles to try. it's fun to see all the jeeps do their thing.

Though the distance was long and incline was steady this was a fairly easy hike due to the wide dirt trail. The views were beautiful.

Quick hike with my boys.

This is a killer little hike. It is a work out that is worth the views!!!

A great family hike!!! Small kids can do this hike. Great views for sure. Always wanted to check out the lookout point but never had and so glad that I did.

This is a great hike if your looking for a good workout and have done the Heart Rock hike so many times that your looking for a good alternative. This hike starts at the trail head for Heart Rock but instead follow the paved service road up. The dirt trail begins when you hit the sewer plant it will be to the left. From there you go "UP". This is where the workout begins. Follow the trail all the way to Cedarpines Park. from there follow the roads out until you hit another dirt trail taking you the last little hike up. There you come to a large set of boulders, perfect to take a long earned rest. From there follow the paved road down until you hit a dirt road on the right. There you follow a ridge down with views of VOE. Just keep going until you came back from where you started.

off road driving
4 months ago

great trail and trip this past Saturday 1 20 18 .... kids enjoyed the jeep 4x4 ride.

off road driving
4 months ago

This was my third time coming out. It’s a great Trail with easy and hard sections to choose from. Please don’t liter and help keep these trails clean for everyone’s enjoyment.

I drove in 6.5 miles on Forest road 2N49. Then hiked to Cajon Mnt then Sugar Pine Mnt and Baily peak, along with two other unnamed peaks. 14.5 miles hiked. Awesome viwes all around.

off road driving
7 months ago

Had a blast today went on this trail for the first time since I got my jeep

off road driving
8 months ago

Very cool trail, I would suggest a moderate lift. My Jeep Wrangler unlimited X with stock suspension made it but would have been little easier. Many off portions not for beginners. The trail will put you in uncomfortable positions.

Got it, class of 2017. It's nice to make it to Hiker Heaven. Another dry section. Watch your water.

Wednesday, February 08, 2017

We started off of HWY 2 and hiked east, didn't see much for about 2 miles and then hiked back west across under the freeway for about 10 miles. The views were awesome but would recommend the west portion for someone in good shape as it was a lot of climbing. super fun though.

Tuesday, January 31, 2017

sure it says moderate off road difficulty; however I know for a fact that if I had a 2WD & or stock suspension, I would been stuck at least twice. I warn any amateurs to be cautious and ready for a few oh shit moments. other than that, I made it out alive and had a great time..

off road driving
Monday, September 19, 2016

My first time off-roading was on Cleghorn. Parts of the trail gets pretty narrow so expect some pinstriping from the local chaparral.

it's was my first time and I love it my truck handle it like a champ

I have not done this whole section but I like the stretch between Guffy Campground and Inspiration Point for altitude training and it's beauty. It's 7000" to 8500", the highest being on the east end but a lot of up and down in between, staying for the most part on Blue Ridge itself or very near it so the views to the north and south are really nice. The oaks and chaparral on the west end quickly give way to open jeffrey/ponderosa forest with white fir and a few cedars. There is NO water between Interstate 15 and Grassy Hollow unless you scramble down the steep Acorn Trail to Wrightwood. Blue Ridge Campground is roughly halfway between Inspiration Point and Guffy. There's only light use in the winter because the gate is locked to vehicle traffic at Inspiration Point until the Mountain High Ski Resort closes down for the season. If you like thin air this is a nice 10 mile out and back. I'm posting a few pics.

hiking
Monday, February 17, 2014

Pretty good hike with some really nice views. Mostly made for off-roading and biking but was still nice to hike with my two dogs. Not very difficult at all. It was pretty chilly early morning when we stopped for the sunrise so bring appropriate clothing.

mountain biking
Saturday, February 15, 2014

Boring on a mountain bike. The trail is basically a fire break/power line type trail that weaves through mountains east of the Cajon Pass. If you are interested in any single track/skill riding don't bother. If you are looking for a low skill trail with a great workout and stunning views, this might be the trail for you.

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