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High Mountain Trail

Average Rating:    (5 of 5)

No. of Reviews: 1

High Mountain Taril is one of the longest single track rides in the area. Some of the trail is in the Ashdown Wilderness Area. I suggest pushing your bike through this area. Try not to step in the sheep sh*t. Bike are not allowed but sheep and cattle are, go figure. After a long decent you'll come to a streat crossing. Start pushing here and continue to the dirst road. Once at the dirt road your out of the wilderness area. Stay on the road and you'll come to the bottom of the Blowhard Trail. Follow it to the highway.
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Trail Directions
Drive to Brianhead and continue through town. As you pass George's Ski Shop start looking for the SugarLoaf Mtn. Turn Off. Take this turn and continue past the old Chair #1 Ski Lift. After aprox. one mile you'll start dropping into Dry Lakes. You'll come to a large, well traveled, fork in the road, Turn left and travel past the Twisted Forest turn off. Approx. 1/2 a mile from there you'll see a trail head sign indicating the begining of High Mountain Trail.
Trail Length
miles 13
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Review Date
August 28, 2002

Overall Rating
 5 of 5

Ridden Trail:
Once a year

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Reviewed by: Fronk , from Mammoth Lakes CA.

After entering this trail a week ago I had the chance to ride it again. I haven't been back in some time and was supprised to find the lower portion somwhat over grown. The trail is in fair condition but needs to be ridden. Take the time to do this one. I listed Blow Hard trail some time ago and it still has a five tire rating. High Mountain is every bit as good.

Recommended Route:
As stated above

Other recommended trails in the same area:
Blow Hard, Old Dark Hallow, Dark Hollow, Paradise Springs and three peaks.

Agavepuro (10/16/2013)
Be perpared to have your bike confiscated. Right or wrong, the standard interpretation of the wilderness act says you "may not POSSESS" a bicycle within a wilderness area... doesn't matter if you're riding, pushing or carrying.
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