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Level: Intermediate
Length: 40 mi (64.4 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Network
Elevation: +378/374 ft
Total: 41 riders
 

Mountain Biking Honda Valley MTB Trail

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#376 of 1124 mountain bike trails in California
#497 in the world

This is a mix of singletrack and fire roads. It is approximately 40-50 miles of networked trails.

Before you go
  • No Drinking water
  • No E-bikes permitted
  • No Fat biking allowed in winter
  • No Fee required
  • No Lift service
  • Night riding allowed
  • No Pump track
  • No Restrooms
Getting there
Head south/west on Summit Valley Rd, passing the Hesperia airport on your right. Take the first paved turn on the left. Proceed to the top of the hill and a parking area in front of the aqueduct service gate. Go past the gate on foot. Turn left at the aqueduct. Take the aqueduct rd. for about 1.5 miles and you will come to a road bridge that crosses Los Flores Road. From here, you can go to the left up the small hill (difficult), straight to the end of the aqueduct, (easy) or to the right, across the bridge (medium)
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Dry (May 17, 2020)
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Rider questions

Q: Where is the trail head for this trail located?
A: The trailhead is where Los Flores Rd crosses the aqueduct in Hesperia. You can get there by taking the dirt roads to the spot, or you can get there by going south on Jenny St, off of Summit Valley Rd in Hesperia. There is some paved road that goes down Jenny St to the aqueduct. Park there, follow the aqueduct to the next bridge, which is where the trailhead is. The trail head is on the south side of the aqueduct, and on the east side of Los Flores Rd, at the top of the hill. It is noticeably more narrow than the other paths, and has some green marked stones. Have fun.

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  • rockinfig99
    *****

    Some dedicated riders have cleaned up the trails on the west side of the aqueduct. And cut out some new ones! Thanks to Russ and others who put in the effort. Still some overgrowth, mostly on the east side, but not impassable. Only problem I've encountered lately are soooo many dirt bikes tearing it up out there on the MTB trails. Also seeing quite a few snakes (that time of year). But it's a nice way to escape the Stay at Home orders without endangering other people. Watch out on weekends.... a few crazies out there. Some with guns!

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  • rockinfig99
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    The trails split off to Red dot, White dot, Green dot, Skittles, Blue dot, etc. They're all pretty fun with some flowie stuff, some sand, some grindy uphills, some rocky. A lot of the trails on the west side of the aqueduct have been decimated by bulldozers from the fire department training and brush fire prevention. Some riders have attempted to re-identify where you can pick up the trails, but it's gonna take some years before it's any better. The east side is untouched by dozers for now. Hope it stays that way. Also there's lots of overgrowth due to last winters rains. I've done some trimming and so have some other riders. Otherwise these trails remain to be some of the best single track in the high desert!

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  • bsarotten
    *****

    First time on this trail and I have to say it was a blast. Either I didn't see the trail markers or they are sporadically painted on the rocks, so we ended up just winging it and had a great time, definitely coming back.

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  • tlca1088
    *****

    Very nice single track , almost 50 miles of rolling hill , a unique trail build by the local .

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