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Santa ROsa Plateau

Average Rating:    (3 of 5)

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This is a family friendly trail set that combines single track, small downhills and beginner level technical all in one. The trails are part of the Santa Rosa Plateau ECO Preserve and are considered a beginner to intermediate level set of trails. There are plenty of bikers on these trails on the weekends which are also shared by horses and hikers. This 9.1 mi track offers a little bit of everything and you cannot beat the views offered on this majestic ride. It's a must ride for those on the Riverside/Inland Empire area but it's also and hour from LA and San Diego and worth the commute.
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Review Date
January 5, 2016

Overall Rating
 3 of 5

Aerobic Difficulty
 3 of 5

Technical Difficulty
 2 of 5

Ridden Trail:
Once a week

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Reviewed by: gtbeast ,  Weekend Warrior

Great trail for beginners but challenging enough for the intermediate rider looking to increase their speed and riding level. The trail is located on a scenic eco preserve and is a great course to ride any day of the week. Weekends can get a little crowded as the trails are shared by bikers, horses and hikers however once you get deeper into the trail set, you find yourself..well..by yourself. There are 4 different trail heads to enter the plateau and each offers a different set of challenges as you trek through this 9.1 mi course. This is a beautiful ride and just long enough to give you a work-out.

Recommended Route:
Take I-15 N/S and exit Clinton Keith. Head East on Clinton Keith until you see the signs for the Santa Rosa Plateau. There are two spots to park, each about 1/2 mile apart. 1st area is at the main visitor center and trail head begins across the street. The second is 1/2 mile further east and provides access to 2 trail heads, this is my recommended starting point.

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