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24 Hours of Idyllwild Courses

Average Rating:    (4.33 of 5)

No. of Reviews: 3

you can get a map of the new course from the Camp office, ask for Randy....Its a great Park! The Trail is a loop that is amongst the pines and rocks. There are hundreds of "secret" trails in the area too...and the old 'original' course is rite around the corner.
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Latitude
33.74946419232578
Longitude
-116.72286987304687
Trail Directions
Hurkey Creek Campgrounds on Hiway74, just east of the Hiway243 turn off to Idyllwild, there are signs indicating the Campgrounds from both ways From the LA area, its best to go via the 60freeway to Ramona Expressway.....From San Diego, its best to take the Hiway79 from Temecula and cut up thru Anza to H74. from the desert, take hiway74 up from Palm Desert
Trail Length
9to11 miles
Trail Level
Intermediate
Trail Type
Singletrack
City/County
Idyllwild/Hemet/Palm Desert
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Review Date
July 31, 2002

Overall Rating
 4 of 5

Ridden Trail:
Ridden Once

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Reviewed by: Dave , from Encinitas

Summary:
What a fun trail! Nothing too difficult or spectacular here--other than the scenery--but lots and lots and lots of fun! Good, moderate climbs, a few mildly techno sections on the downhills. Lots of variety. We did two loops for close to 20 miles. And the best part was our two bucks got us access to the showers so we could drive home fresh and clean!

Recommended Route:
As described.

Other recommended trails in the same area:
San Juan Trail



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Review Date
March 5, 2002

Overall Rating
 4 of 5

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Ridden Once

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Reviewed by: Kevin , from Vista, ca,

Summary:
This is a great ride for a number of reasons. First it is an absolutly beautiful location. Secondly, almost the entire ride is single track; very good single track at that. It has some nice climbs, not to difficult though. That is unless you goto "Hike a bike hill", you'll know you found it when your working just to push your bike to the top. All in all a great place to ride. It does cost two dollars to park, but it is well worth it!!
This is a great ride for anyone of intermediate or above skill level.

Recommended Route:
same as previous review...



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Review Date
November 6, 2001

Overall Rating
 5 of 5

Ridden Trail:
Every few months

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Reviewed by: Jim Stanley , from San Diego

Summary:
Great, fast trail without any major climbs. I would not recommend this tail for beginners because a lot of people ride really fast there and you might get squashed!

Recommended Route:
Head west out of the campground up Coyote run, go through the gate and hang a left after about 50 yards onto the trail up. Climb the singletrack up for about 2.5 miles until you hit a fire road. Cross the road continuing west and pick up the trail agian on the other side. Continue on the single track (no going down) into the big meadow. Cross the meadow and climb up the other side to the fire road that you crossed earlier. Turn left onto the road and travel for about 1/2 a mile to the single track on the right. Follow that trail back to the campground. WARNING about halfway down this last single track there is a Y intersection. You can go either way to return to camp. To the left follows the 24 Hour Course and to the right is a super fast downhill back into camp. I recommend the right turn bacuase the left may take you onto private land and that is a NO-NO. Besides that the right turn is much more fun.

Other recommended trails in the same area:
E-mail me if you are going to bbe in the Sna Diego area on any Saturday and I willbe glad to show you the best trails around. jsptanlsp@co.san-diego.ca.us



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Cayenne_Pepa (07/07/2016)
Jim, PM me we are planning a San Diego ride soon!
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