Length: 50 mi (80.5 km)
Total: 7 riders
Mountain Biking Case Mountain BLM
#376 of 1,003 mountain bike trails in California
Large BLM area, with many fire roads, single track and small creeks and waterfalls.
Trails are NOT marked or mapped.
The area has plenty of elevation change.
First added by justin70 on Jan 1, 2014. Last updated May 5, 2020. → add an update
Before you go
- Drinking water: unknown
- Lift service: unknown
- Night riding: unknown
- Pump track: unknown
- Restrooms: unknown
- Fat bike grooming: unknown
- E-bikes allowed: unknown
- Fee required: unknown
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"How do I get there? Take Hwy 198 East to Three Rivers. Continue on 198 until you come to the Veteran's Memorial Hall (about 30 miles from Visalia). At the end of the hall parking lot, turn right on Skyline Drive. Take the first fork to the left and continue on Skyline approx 1 mile. You will come to a cul-de-sac. You can park along the edges of the cul-de-sac. DO NOT park in front of mailboxes or driveways. Don't double park, you will get a ticket. To access the trail, ride down the side road approx 150 yards to a walk through gate. Be sure to close all gates behind you.
So fun and some trails around are easy others not as much but lots of fun and some jumps are thereThank |
Some trails are being overgrown but majority are awesome.Thank |
Great place to ride that is nearby if you're coming from Lemoore/Hanford/Vasalia. I've only ridden here once and initial impression is that there are some great trails - but since there aren't any trail markers, signs and nothing is mapped its hard to truly enjoy (for a newcomer). I did the 4.5 mile climb up the main fire road and started off on the single track that starts at the 'top' (there was a small corral and picnic table so I'm guessing I was in the right spot). Again - it was't marked so I just assumed that was the trail. It was great for about a mile and then the trail just sort of disappeared. Not wanting to get lost on a hot summer afternoon, I looked around a bit and didn't see where the trail was supposed to go so I just retraced my steps back to the top. When I got home I checked one of the few 'maps' of this system online and I believe I WAS on the correct trail. I'll go back next weekend and scout it out a bit more. Again - cool trail system, but NEEDS SIGNS, a more detailed, marked, labeled map at the trailhead would be an easy do for someone that knows this area and would help us newcomers find our way and have a much more enjoyable first time experience :) See you on the trail!Thank |
The place is huge and the fire road goes for miles with single track branching off all over the place, keep your eyes open! I wouldn't dare go in the summer months midday, it's scorching and dusty. Lots of up hill and most of the single track I've explored on is very steep and pretty flowy. Everthing is unmapped and the area is open to equestrians and hikers. Generally I prefer 007 or SLO county considering I live in Lemoore.......Thank |
I'm new to this trail and am continuing to explore it. It has a little of everything. Fire road to climb and tons of singletrack everywhere you look. You can explore for days and days out here if you have the energy. Mid summer will be scorching and snakes will be an issue no doubt. Best to ride in cooler months.Thank |
Lots of climbing is possible #puffing#Thank |
Some man-made bridges and other technical features, as well as rolling single track.
Did not investigate very far, due to lack of time and lack of enthusiasm for getting lost on unmarked trails.