8 miles
1,086 ft
-1,086 ft
4,400 ft
High Point

You must be a member of TMTA or a Lehigh Hanson employee. An annual membership for a family is $35, Daily guest use fee is $5. Check us out on Facebook at www.facebook.com/TehachapiTrails or on the web at www.tehachapitrails.com

This land is owned by Lehigh Hanson cement company. They have allowed us to build trail and ride on it for the past several years. If you are in the area, I encourage you to check it out and let us know if you liked them. There are some really nice views from the top.

Take your time and enjoy the scenery. You get a decent workout in a fairly short ride. Local route clue: From the northern most point of Mifflin Loop, head southwest and watch for a sharp left turn. If you keep left, you can catch a technical rocky section down through a ravine, keep right and you'll end up on the high speed run down the hill. Either way is the payoff for all of your hard work climbing. Have fun!

We host several events on these trails annually. The SoCal NICA finals are typically held here every May/April, the Tehachapi MTB Brewfondo in July, and the PedalFest Santa Claus Gran Prix in December. Please check our website for more details and entry fees.

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Tehachapi Mountain Trails Association (www.tehachapitrails.com)
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More Stats for TMTA/Lehigh Trails mountain bike route
  • Altitude min
    3,988 ft
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    3,988 ft
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    4 miles
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