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Level: Intermediate
Length: 5 mi (8 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Network
Elevation: +495/461 ft
Total: 67 riders
 

Mountain Biking Jedi

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#100 of 997 mountain bike trails in California
#1,331 in the world

The trail starts on a fire road but quickly becomes a double track. There is one main trail leading you through the valley with many average climbs (nothing real steep). There is an area with a 6 foot tall step up jump leading to a ladder ramp drop but you can go around this. There are also a couple of trails branching off of this one so making a loop is possible. If you stay on the main trail the hills get dangerously tight with blind corners. Be careful for hikers and descending Mtn bikers. When you get through this tight area known as the Jedi you will come to a fire road crossroads on top on the mountains. There you will see the Prayer Box. Good luck and safe riding!

First added by michael.kay11 on May 9, 2011. Last updated Apr 28, 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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Getting there
Coming from LA take the 10 FWY east and exit Mtn View (make a right). Continue on Mtn View until it ends. There is a small park at the foothill. Park near the dog park and there is a fire road leading you into the valley.
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  • michael.kay11
    *****

    This trail continues to be fun! I just moved back into the area and I just remembered how much i loved this trail. There are many, many new jumps since I first created this trail on here. The best part is, if you're a beginner there are jumps of all shapes and sizes promoting progression and ALL of them are skippable if you don't feel comfortable jumping. Unfortunately, the winter rains have made the top section of Jedi unridable. I was up there last weekend and it definitely needs some maintenance . There is a giant 3-4 foot rut down the middle. Hopefully the community will pull together and work on it because the top of Jedi leads to other trails in the system.

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  • G Campbell
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    The January 2017 Storms have destroyed this trail. It has a 3 foot deep trench all the way down.

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  • Jozach91
    *****

    It was great. Lots of turns and good size jumps if you are starting off, learned a lot of my first day

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  • jaredhower
    *****

    Jedi it self is somewhat short on the downhill section, but it is a lot of fun. Can use a little trail maintenance as of my last expedition, last week...early may 2016. There are more trails that I think are more fun, technical, and a bit longer in the area tho. However they are not listed on maps or signs. But overall, Hulda Crooks mountain bike area is a must visit. Tons of great trails, jumps, climbs, and downhill sections. Watch out for rattlers!

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  • GT Jim
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    A good variety of trails, if you like down hill jumps this trail is for you. Best of all, the trail is in a nice area with NO Thungs or Taggers roaming around.

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  • al.conn
    *****

    Amazing network of trails. Will be back to explore more.

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  • Nic Day
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    long trip up if you go around to the right but worth it when you hit the downhill but watch out for people who go up the middle.

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  • *****

    Great place to ride, starts out as a fire road thru Scotts canyon and then gets really narrow through Jedi. Little to big jumps along the way that can be avoided add to the fun. Definititly worth trying

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  • *****

    This trail has a wide network of trails ranging from almost paved fire road to narrow single track with huge jumps and wood plank drops. Getting up to the to of Jedi is a pretty challenging climb. Once at the hump there are even more trails available, including Jack Rabbit Loop, which has some pretty steep declines and more moderate climbing. This trail system is a ton of fun and I recommend it to anyone, regardless of skill level.

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  • socal424
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    Fun trail. Coming back down the trail to the trail head can be mellow or a lot of fun. If you take the single tracks down, there are jumps and curvy sections. However, I used to take my wife and two daughters up there until we ran into a 5ft rattle snake last summer. It really spooked the wife so now I ride it solo.

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  • michael.kay11
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    Great beginner trail with slightly technical Jedi Descent. Good network of trail options in these hills. Go explore!

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