Agua Dulce Creek Trail is a moderately trafficked trail located near Mount Laguna, CA that features a small seasonal creek and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, horses, and mountain biking and is accessible year-round. This trail is used as a connector to various other trail in the Mount Laguna Recreation Area. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
From San Diego, take I-8 east 45 miles to the off ramp for Sunrise Highway. Take Sunrise Sunrise Highway and go up the mountain. About 1/2 mile after entering the Laguna Recreation Area you will see the Meadows Information Kiosk off the right side of the road just past mile marker 19. Park somewhere along the side of the road here. A National Forest Adventure Pass is required
Local Trail AssociationSan Diego Mountain Biking Association (sdmba.com)
More Stats for Agua Dulce Creek Trail mountain bike trail
Altitude change-446 ft
Altitude min1.1 miles
Altitude max1.1 miles
Altitude start1.1 miles
Altitude end1.1 miles
Distance climb1,840 ft
Distance down1.5 miles
Distance flat184 ft
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