Pinyon Pines Trail Details
Pinyon Pines trail for the most part has gradual climbs up through desert scrub terrain on singletrack. If you like grand views and singletrack and can stay online on narrow trails, you are going to really like this ride. The double track ends abruptly at the foot on a hill and the trail continues on as singletrack off to the right.
The single track in the next section is nothing short of great. The trail is fairly narrow and travels either right along the top of the ridge or clings to the side of the canyon. Between the occasional technical spots and the ever present cacti nudging its way into the trail's airspace you will find enough features to keep you on you toes. Of course with picturesque views in every direction you may find it hard to keep your eyes on the trail. Please do stop in a spot or two and take it all in as this is singletrack of the "Top Flite" variety.
From the San Diego Area - Head North on the I-15 and take the CA-79 South exit when coming into Temecula. Take CA-79 South (its actually more like east) 17.8 miles to the CA-371. Turn left (North) onto CA-371 and take it for 20.7 miles. to CA-74. Turn right on CA-74
Local Trail AssociationInland Valley Mountain Bike Association (www.ivmtb.org)
More Stats for Pinyon Pines Trail mountain bike trail
Altitude change-680 ft
Altitude min3,339 ft
Altitude start4,020 ft
Altitude end3,339 ft
Distance climb3,181 ft
Distance down3.4 miles
Distance flat1,987 ft
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