The San Joaquin River Trail, affectionately called the SJRT, is a long-distance hiking trail spanning from Millerton Lake to Devil's Postpile in California. The SJRT follows the mighty San Joaquin River from the valley floor up to the headwaters in the High Sierra. When complete, this 150 mile trail will connect Highway 99 to the Pacific Crest Trail near Devil's Postpile in the Sierra Nevada Mountain Range by Mammoth, California. This unique combination of existing and new trails links together a route that will showcase the beauty of the central valley while trekking through the gateway to the sierras.
Local Trail Association
- Please consider joining or donating to the local riding association to support trail development & maintenance.donate to earn trail karma!
More Stats for San Joaquin River Trail mountain bike trail
Altitude change-448 ft
Altitude min563 ft
Altitude max1,253 ft
Altitude start1,028 ft
Altitude end580 ft
Distance climb7 miles
Distance down7 miles
Distance flat3,924 ft
Avg reverse time01:09:26
- view trail stats
- Snow Packed
- Snow Covered
- Freeze/thaw Cycle
- Prevalent Mud
- Very Dry
San Joaquin... Trail Reports
Aug 5, 2018 @ 3:34pmAug 5, 2018
|A few downed trees. Very dry. We did see a rattlesnake on the trail. Hot and smoky when we rode on 8/5/18.|
Jun 14, 2018 @ 6:37amJun 14, 2018
|A tree or 2 across the trail, cattle gates need to be opened and closed, encountered a heard of cows being moved by cowboys, saw some bathroom...|
May 14, 2018 @ 7:40amMay 14, 2018
|Couple trees down on trail|
Mar 25, 2018 @ 10:00amMar 25, 2018
|A few down trees and some heavy erosion near the Big Sandy bridge from the recent storm. Other than that, everything is green and the dirt is perfect.|
Mar 20, 2016 @ 4:55pmMar 20, 2016
|Conditions are ideal right now. Flowers are in full bloom, temperatures are cool but not cold, and the dirt is tacky.|
Routes with this trail
|Squaw Leap from Wellbarn||13 miles|
|SJRT from Wellbarn||13 miles|
Reviews / Comments
No reviews yet, be the first to write a review or ask a question.
Use trail reports to comment on trail conditions.
- login to download gpx or kml files.