Claremont Wilderness

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AVERAGE RATING
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3.93 out of 5
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Easiest
5.0
miles

Fire Road
↑ 900 ft
↓ 900 ft
1,660
elevation (ft)

Loop
Trail Description
About this trail
The Claremont Wilderness Loop is the standard ride in the college town of Claremont which resides in the Inland Valley Empire of Southern California. The Claremont Wilderness consists of grassy hills that are criss crossed with fireroads, illegal single track, and game paths. The hilly region is actually a extension of the San Gabriel Mountains. The loop is just a basic ride in which many alternate routes can be added. Popular options are Marshall Canyon via singletrack, Potato Mountain via fireroad, and Webb Canyon which is a rugged downhill with freeride features. There is a movement in Claremont to preserve more of the hillsides. Recent additions will be Johnson's Pasture and maybe parts of upper Webb Canyon. This trail can be linked with Webb Canyon, Johnson's Pasture, Evey Canyon, and Marshall Canyon.

http://www.mbpost.com/claremont-wilderness-loop/261977
By theronmoon on mbpost.com
added by Diego MataGnarly
Trail Features
Trail features
  • Lift Service
  • Drinking Water
  •   Night Riding
  • Pump Track
  • Restrooms
  • Winter Fat Biking
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System Trails (2)
System Trails (2)
Marshall Canyon Park
Potato Mountain
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Gnarly


March 18, 2016
Diego Mata Gnarly  
 
Review: I love this trail so much because it connects with Potato Mountain and Marshall Canyon. When I do the loop by itself I take the right at the fork. I enjoy the shade. Coming back down either way on a weekend is horrible, you don't really enjoy it because you're just slamming on the brakes. Ride it during the week.

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Claremont Wilderness MTB Trail 3.93 out of 5 based on 1 ratings. 1 user reviews.
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