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Romoland Heights Hills

Average Rating:    (3 of 5)

No. of Reviews: 2

these hills are full of trails. ride up the dirt roads(Mcintyre rd) (to the left is easier). once at the "hub" (small,flat, sandy valley under high tension power lines)go left(east) then first right to top of hills (1000 ft elev.gain total) from here to the left is the "Bachlor Run" tech. single track. to the right is "Dead Man's Canyon" higher speed tech. downhill. As you ride the area you'll find more and more single tracks. lots of riding. We meet Tues and Thurs @6pm at S.C.T.A. half way up(pg808/j-2)
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Trail Directions
Thomas Guide pg.808/j-4. I-215 to hwy 74 east turn north on Briggs rd. to end and park
Trail Length
6-30 miles
Trail Level
Trails for all skill levels
Trail Type
Singletrack & Fire Roads
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Reviews 1 - 2 (2 Reviews Total)

Review Date
September 19, 2002

Overall Rating
 4 of 5

Ridden Trail:
Once a week

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Reviewed by: Scott H. , from Homeland CA

I must disagree with others. There is some trash dumping, but there are still some beautiful vistas.The air quality is some of the nicest in the IE and there are some awesome trails.I've been riding these trails for 7 years. Some of the trails stay in decent shape year 'round. At the very end of the main dirt road, there is a 1.3 mile DH that has some nice technical sections and a few good rock drops. This a trail that varies from high speed doubletrack sections, to a gnarly rock garden and rutted, tight stuff and ends up with some technical rocky drops! The trail ends up at the bottom on the original dirt road (Briggs). All you need to do is look, there are trails everywhere. as Robert said there are some really tight technical trails toward the northwest near the SCTA staging area. I sometimes go skidding down the huge flat rocks! In fact I almost lost it last week and left a thin black line from locking it up on a huge rock. This is a fun place. Scott. Hope to see ya. Im on the blue and red Jamis Dakar. Good riding>

Recommended Route:
Straight up Briggs, continue up fireroad to the left stay on main dirt road till sandy flats. Numerous trails in all directions.

Other recommended trails in the same area:
Juniper Flats.

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Review Date
October 28, 2001

Overall Rating
 2 of 5

Ridden Trail:
Once a week

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Reviewed by: john , from Nuevo Ca

these trails have no maintanance what so ever, are multiple use and vary depending on the time of year. Summers are super loose and sandy, winter @ spring best time. Theyre ok because its my backyard. Not worth driving to. Intermideate skill level w lots of climbing. Also lots of rubbish as these hills are dumping grounds for local low lifes. 0 natural beauty factor. good training rides to stay in shape so youre fit enough to go ride some place else.

Recommended Route:
same as given

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