Big Laguna Trail
Group Ride Details:

Let's do some MTB Autumn Epic ride before the weather getting cold, Let's go ride @ Big Laguna Trail (BLT), some peoples might think this place too far ( 3Hrs from LA ) but it's well worth the drive. This will be the whole day event so please don't make any other plan that day so we might taking our time to exploring and enjoying the view.


Required Adventure Pass $5

Meet up | 09:00 am
Roll time | 09:30 am
Skill Level | Intermediate and above
Distance | 14+ miles
Elevation | 1,355


This not a Noble Canyon ride.

- There is no sweep set up for this ride. Riders should be confident with their bike skills, physical and stamina.

- Please arrive at least 15 minutes prior to the start time and bring your own biking essential needs like tools, pump, hydration pack, chain link, gloves, energy gel/bar, snacks, camera and most importantly a HELMET.

Big Laguna Trail is considered to be one of the best trails around Southern California. The trails are a network of singletrack trails accessed from the Sunrise Highway. The trails make a great extension to Noble Canyon or can be ridden on their own.

Meeting Location:
Lets meet at the first trails head (5.7 Miles from the Fwy 8 exit) on your left, after you see the Vista's Platform on your right, there's ample of parking spot along the Sunrise Hwy, this starting point is perfect for Beginner to intermediate level of riders..

10385 Sunrise Hwy
Mt. Laguna, Ca, 91948

Direction from OC:
1.Take I-5 S for about (54.4 mi) 2.Keep left to continue on I-805 South, follow signs for Interstate 805-S (10.8 mi) 3. Take the exit onto I-8 E toward El Centro (40.6 mi) 4. Take the exit toward Sunrise Hwy turn left 5. At mileage 5.7 the trails head should be at your left..


Ride schedule subject to cancellation due to adverse weather conditions. Check the event calendar for any cancellation notice before heading out. For any reasons you are unable to attend the event ride, please change your attendance accordingly.

Thank you for joining and have a great ride!

DISCLAIMER ***The Organizer and Assistant Organizers in this group are not professional riders or guides. The function of the organizer(s) is only to organize the event. Each person who signs up for a trip/event/or outing is responsible for his or her own safety. By signing up for a Mt.Bike ride, or any other event organized by this biking community, you are acknowledging that you are aware of the risks, dangers and hazards associated with any outdoor activity and freely accept and fully assume all such risks, dangers and hazards. In addition, you further agree to release and discharge the Organizer and Assistant Organizers from and against any and all liability arising from your participation in the group activities.***


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