Mendenhall Ridge Road

Angeles National Forest, California

Elevation Gain3,144ft
Trailhead Elevation2,739ft
Elevation Min/Max2736/4704ft
Elevation Start/End2739/2739ft

Mendenhall Ridge Road

Mendenhall Ridge Road is a hiking, biking, and horse trail in Los Angeles County, California. It is within Angeles National Forest. It is 6.9 miles long and begins at 2,739 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 13.8 miles with a total elevation gain of 3,144 feet. This trail connects with the following: 4n35, Burma Road and Kagel Canyon Road.

Mendenhall Ridge Road Professional Reviews and Guides

"This 28-mile lollipop-shaped combination ride allows cyclists to easily access the backcountry of the Angeles National Forest's Tujunga District. Barely exceeding 5,000 in elevation, this route makes a good choice for those late fall, winter, and early spring days when you other favorite long San Gabriel rides are covered in snow. But since few others go back here, don't ride alone, and be self-sufficient. A paradox of a ride: easy to climb but difficult to descend, this is also one of the San Gabriels' most accessible yet least utilized trails -- a wise fall or winter selection for intermediates to experts. Scenery includes grand views of the San Gabriels high-country, plus a shady, oak- and sycamore-lined canyon."

"High atop the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains, this secluded dirt road traverses the southern ridge above Pacoima Canyon. Along the way, you pass through oak and Douglas fir groves before arriving at Highline Saddle"

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Trail Information

Angeles National Forest
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Angeles National Forest
Tujunga Ranger District
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Oct 2018