Dry Wash Trail Details
The 3 mile gradual but sandy climb up to Dunn Road on Dry Wash road can be quite frustrating. The sand in the wash can be really tiresome if it has not rained in a while. Basically it is a bummer of a climb that will suck the life out your legs, particularly if it is hot out. TIP: Letting a bunch of air out of your tires so that they are really squishy will help with riding over the sand. This is where Palm Canyon Trail ends and the a sand wash climb begins. There are many options from this point, but the ride isn't over at mile 12. You have a minimum of 8 more miles of riding at this junction, no matter how you cut it.
From the lower trailhead, turn right onto CA-111 (East Palm Canyon Drive) take it for 8.1 miles to Highway 74. Turn right onto Highway 74 and take it for 18.2 miles. Shortly after passing the sign for Ribbonwood Drive, turn right onto Pine View Rd and travel .2 miles until the pavement ends, park here.
Local Trail AssociationInland Valley Mountain Bike Association (www.ivmtb.org)
More Stats for Dry Wash Trail mountain bike trail
Altitude change849 ft
Altitude min1,458 ft
Altitude start1,458 ft
Altitude end2,307 ft
Distance climb3.0 miles
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