|SoCal Adventure Trail Rides.........|
|Welcome to SoCal Trail Rides
This section is dedicated to off roading adventures in Southern and Central California
There are thousands of miles of trails in Central and Southern California that are eager to be rediscovered and revisited. The echology is very diverse, from Lava Beds and Valleys, to lush Alpine forests at 8000 feet, to desolate deserts and remarkable sand Dunes. Scenic trails by Kennedy Meadows bordering the Sequoia National Park, Marsian like terrain by the Alabama Hills in the vacinity of Mount Whitney and Lone Pine. Desert sands and washes, canyons and steep hills by the Panamints bordering Death Valley National park. Super exotic dunes in Glamis and rugged desert terrain by the old mining towns of Randsburg and Red Mountain. The Adventure begins here, as this site will constantly expand. Click on the links below to ride along with us, one adventure at a time. More links covering riding areas will be added; so be sure to revisit.
El Paso Mountains & Coyote Creek D a k a r R a l l y A l a b a m a H i l l s R i d e
C O U G A R C A N Y O N C R E E K E A S T E R N S I E R R A S
K E N N E D Y M E A D O W S LONE PINE, BISHOP & CERRO GORDO W O N D E R L A N D
H U S K Y Ride Burro Schmidt's Tunnel & Last Chance Canyon High Desert Rides B I G B E A R
Stoddard Wells 1st Ride 2ed Ride Randsburg&Red Mountain 1st Ride 2ed Ride Miami Motorcycle Trails
|Approaching the Alabama Hills from Death Valley. The forground shows the Inyo desert, background shows the Alabama hills and the cresting Eastern Sierra Nevada. Mt. Whitney, the highest peak in the continental US at 14,494 Ft, is visible to the right. Click on above pix to visit my Camp at the hills.|
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|North of Bishop, Ca. Heading toward Fish Slough and Chidago canyon area. On the right are the snow covered peaks of the white Mountains.
To the left of this area is Casa Diablo mountain and the Casa Diablo Mine. Numerous Petroglyphs are found in this region of volcanic tableland.
To see more pictrures from the Alabama Hills and Bishop click on the image above
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