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Victoria Nguyen
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Hiking

Nice drive but nothing spectacular

Armen Minassian
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OHV/Off Road DrivingRocky

July 3rd 2020 2005 4Runner 4WD My friend wanted to test out his 2005 4Runner needless to say it was a great first trial to test out the car. It’s quite rocky and bumpy so the only major thing I’d recommend is a vehicle with high clearance. The clearance on this train is much more important than having 4WD. Arriving at the Lake at the end of the trail is a awesome reward. Two private beautiful lakes that is worth fishing and taking a dip in. ( beware very VERY cold water ). Would highly recommend doing this trail with friends. I’d say total drive time is (1:30hrs to 2hrs)

Maria Thompson
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OHV/Off Road Driving

Wonderful day trip. Started at Sweetwater and ended at Burcham Flat.

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Kevin Bloomfield
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OHV/Off Road DrivingRocky

Beautiful lake, but not an easy trail, especially in a full-size pick up. I was in a new power wagon and my buddy was in a stock Chevy with 4 x 4. There is A specific switch back as you drop down to the lake that took us about a 10 point turn putting our tires right on the edge of the drop off. I posted a few photos of it. Not super easy but we had a good spotter. The stock truck did handle this but he was a great driver. He definitely had some clearance issues. Also, if you plan on fishing, It’s Barbless Lewers only

Nancy Beasley
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Hiking

It’s closed as of June 29th 2020.

Arnoldo Gomez
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Hiking

Awesome walk, very nice homes and landscaping. Cars roll down road slowly. I was here before they started to charge to drive down road. Visited street several times while in SF. Get out and Hike!

Ryan Roysto
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HikingBugsRocky
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di porter
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Scenic driving

Nice until we got stuck in a ditch crossing a stream. Rescued the next day by search and rescue

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Mike Timperio
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OHV/Off Road Driving

A brilliant trail!

Dustin Higgins
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OHV/Off Road Driving

Fun trail in 1997 4Runner. Can be difficult in some areas - having a spotter is very useful. Would recommend 4wd and some extra ground clearance.

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Tatiana Zander
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Road biking

Great climb! We just did it for the first time. It consists of 3 climbs with some short downhills/flats in between. The toughest is the last climb, make sure to fuel up with some bars or bananas. Some crazy cars/motorcycles on the road, watch out for those. Lots of bikes too. Lick Observatory is currently closed to the public, so you can only get to the gates, missing out on the steepest section. There is a water refill station at the gate though. Overall really nice trail but you need to be in good shape.

Scot Bentley
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OHV/Off Road DrivingRocky

This trail is a must if your in the Mammoth area. 1000 XP RzR. 30" Tensors, no problem. Respect blind corners and watch out for in and out traffic. Trail is narrow in some places. Your gift for all your trouble is a beautiful lake. Easy ride in a SXS.

Tommy Huynh
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HikingNo shadeRocky

Super fun trail, good for novice off roaders trying to bump it up a notch. Really rocky, but no insane obstacles except for one switchback near the end that required a three point turn on a pretty narrow pathway

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Rachael Ashley
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Road biking

We Ebiked this drive and it was gorgeous! Hardly any cars, a few bikers... very scenic!

Steven Ramirez
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OHV/Off Road Driving

Trail was fun with a bunch of optional obstacles, can’t wait to go back!!

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Adam Cobb
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OHV/Off Road Driving

Awesome trail! Made it all the way and back in my 02 trooper. Gets a little tight in some sports and you definitely want lots of clearance. Some parts are pretty technical toward the end and you want to definitely take the right line. Only got stuck once! Next time I’ll bring someone else just in case. Was nice and cool in the morning but too hot by 11:00am

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Chris Nguyen
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Hiking

A nice drive down the an interesting view. Enjoy!

Chris Nguyen
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Hiking

Scenic drive with amazing views! Enjoy!

Matthew Graham
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Amazingly beautiful drive. Don't think this is a hike, this is a drive.

Trent Walbridge
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Hiking

Wonderful drive, I would not walk/hike the road. It can be done in a standard car. Some of the best scenery in the world. Now my complaint .. we are a Jeep family and trail ride often. People need to slow the heck down, speed is posted as 15mph and should be 10. We were constantly turning out so the others could keep blasting by. There is trail etiquette and people need to learn that. If you are lucky like we were to be there on a non rainy day, have a sunroof open or top off the Jeep, it is well worth it and makes it a much more enjoyable ride.

Eric Carr
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the first half up from Sierra highway is likely doable in most stock 4x4 with good all terrain or better tires. the back half near the reservoir, gets very difficult due to a couple of spots. these spots are probably easier going down that direction towards the reservoir, than up, but i wouldn't do either unless dry. the hills are rutted, sandy on top of hard rock, and steep. On one of the hills on the back half towards the reservoir you will find the remains of a truck that didn't make it. there's also a sudden, steep, uneven, rocky, drop. basically 12 feet of really sketchy terrain. take your time, find the right line, and remember it's slick so go slow. by the time you reach this area, there's no going back. definitely roll over or getting stuck territory. 99 4runner, 32" tires, 3" lift, heavily modified

johnydecali User
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The drive from the entrance of the park all the way through the park is gorgeous. Just right after the Ash Mountain entrance is the Indian Head River Trailhead that has a quick tenth of a mile hike from the parking lot to the river that offer a spectacular river.

Marcus Charles
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Scenic driving

Great trail. Great view at vista point. Only saw squirrels, rabbits and birds. Really nice drive.

Harvey Freed
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drove the trail 6/22/20. Jeep Trailhawk. i would rate the rough spots and clearance as moderate. i was happy in two spots to be able to lock up the rear hubs. great camping and fly fishing at the trail end.

Gil Rosas
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HikingBugsRocky

Awesome scenic dirt cattle trail. Steep for 50 yard stretch with rock and ruts. Stock Subaru Forester 2.5 had no problem Trail opens up to loop of Meadow 55 total miles from 395

L L.
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OHV/Off Road Driving

Went there today, all the trash on the road( old sofa, beer bottles). could not drive

Stumble Runner
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HikingBugsGreat!

Did the first four and half miles. Good hike, road was clear, not much in the way of shade but some great views.

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