Mule Hill Trail Details
This trail is mostly on dirt roads with some doubletrack. It's a relatively flat out and back that takes you past the historic Mule Hill battle site and into some of North County San Diego's agricultural area.
There are four trailheads: (1) for Sikes Adobe Staging Area at the west end of the trail, take the I-15 freeway to Via Rancho Parkway and go east; turn right at Sunset Drive and look for the trailhead on the left before the end of the road; (2) Old Coach North Staging Area: take the I-15 freeway and exit at West Bernardo/Pomerado Road. Go east then turn left at the signal light at Highland Valley Rd. Drive about 2.3 miles to the Old Coach North Trail Staging Area on the right. Take the link trail east to cross Highland Valley Road and reach the Coast to Crest Trail; (3) for Ysabel Creek Staging Area, follow directions in #2 above, but continue up Highland Valley Road, then turn left at Bandy Canyon Road to Ysabel Creek Road. Trailhead is on the corner on the left; (4) for San Pasqual Staging Area at the east end of the trail, see (1) above, but continue past Sunset Drive, then turn right at San Pasqual Valley Road. At intersection with Hwy 78, turn right and continue 2.75 miles past the San Diego Zoo Safari Park. After the bridge turn right at Bandy Canyon Road. Turn right into a dirt lot and follow signs for the San Pasqual Staging Area.
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More Stats for Mule Hill Trail mountain bike trail
Altitude change1 ft
Altitude min319 ft
Altitude max349 ft
Altitude start334 ft
Altitude end334 ft
Distance climb2 miles
Distance down4,140 ft
Distance flat4,453 ft
Avg reverse time00:16:09
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Mule Hill Trail Trail Reports
Jun 14, 2017 @ 6:01amJun 14, 2017
Jun 4, 2017 @ 4:25pmJun 4, 2017
May 16, 2017 @ 4:05pmMay 16, 2017
|Minor erosion (trail braiding, small ruts developing, brake bumps). Be cautious of loose sand used as erosion mitigation media on the east end of...|
May 3, 2017 @ 1:27pmMay 3, 2017
Nov 7, 2015 @ 12:37pmNov 7, 2015
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