Explore the best 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.

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off road driving
6 days ago

off road driving
9 days ago

great day out with the family

Pretty easy. The trail is narrow and there are dried up, sharp bushes on both sides so you'll get your vehicle scratched up. Other than that, nice veggie at night.

hiking
14 days ago

off road driving
19 days 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.

off road driving
19 days ago

Great trail for all levels

off road driving
21 days ago

off road driving
28 days ago

off road driving
1 month ago

off road driving
1 month ago

off road driving
1 month ago

off road driving
1 month ago

Great trail to try, it was my first time off roading and me and the fam had loads of fun coming back down the trail. Went up in a Yukon XL 2 wheel drive and handled just fine for the most part. Got to a sketchy area and had to reverse back down to a turn out and turn around... still a noob so didn't want to risk getting stuck lol

1 month ago

awesome trail with a worded area at the higher elevations. Plenty of shade in the morning for the first few mikes, but hot sun for most of the middle part. The summit of Sugarpine is not really accessable due to low maintenance, save yourself the last mile or two with lots of uphill return. Water will be your savior so bring loads of it!

First of all, don't expect peace and solitude in this location. It is located near some main roads and you will hear traffic, construction vehicles, trucks and trains from almost all locations. The area was burned a few years ago, but it is starting to make a come back. The main trails are in pretty good shape, but a few areas are fairly steep, unstable, and have loose rocks and sand from erosion. The trails are well marked but all of the interpretive signs are burned or illegible. Although listed as a 1-mile hike, you can easily get 3 miles of hiking if you explore all of the ridge top trails, add some out and back segments, and loop around a little. I was lucky to have a mild cloudy evening with a slight breeze in August. It made for nice evening walk.

off road driving
2 months ago

THIS IS NOT A BEGINNER/ EASY TRAIL!!! AT LEAST THE MAP THAT THIS GIVES YOU!
Now there are two parts of this trail, the fire road which is easy and the really hard JEEP trail. I have a Wj special edition with a 2.5" lift and only with quadra trac II. And believe me, there were countless times on this trail where i was fighting to keep my truck on 4 wheels and avoiding severe body damage. DO NOT FOLLOW THE TRAIL THIS APP GIVES YOU BECAUSE HOLY HELL! The trail this app gives is NOT FOR BEGINNERS.

off road driving
2 months ago

great ride , one hard area not marked but awesome views.