Camp One Trestle Trail Loop. - Trail, Fort Bragg, California

Camp One Trestle Trail Loop. - Trail, Fort Bragg, California

DESCRIPTION

Trail rides gated forest roads, and singletrack.Single track in a wild deep narrow canyon of the North Fork of The South Fork of The Noyo River.
City Folds only ride from the 1070 down (4 miles), but make a loop out of it and its a great ride!

From Fort Bragg go East on Hwy. 20, 6 miles. Follow road 350 North, to Camp One, (Egg collection station) Park at day use.

Follow road 360 to cross the river to Sherwood trail. Ride up canyon to road 1000, go East along high breezy ridge, lots of vistas and old trees, to road 1070. Follow 1070 to Trestle Trailhead. Trailhead and trail are well marked. Ride Trail down along river back to Camp 8, and then back to Camp one.

There are several routes, this is my favorite.
The terrain varies from deep canyons to high breezy ridges, There are several creek crossings and waterfalls!

USER REVIEWS

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[Jul 09, 2009]
Ruger
Weekend Warrior

This wild and neglected trail is Fort Bragg areas longest single track trail at 4.2 miles. It winds along the North Fork of the South Fork of the Noyo river. Along the trail are several waterfalls, lots of wildlife and the remnants of the old trestles.
Loop rides along high breezy idges and deep gullies, on nice singletrack and gated forest roads.

Customer Service

Go to the Jackson State Forest office for a free map. 707.964.5674.

Go East on Hwy. 20, 6 miles. Make a left on the 350. Go to camp one/Sherwood multi use day area/egg collection station. Take the sherwood trail to the 1000. Go west to the 1070. Take the 1070 to the trestle trail trailhead. Ride back to camp 8, then back to camp one.

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Waterfall grove trail is a fun side trip just past the 1070.

OVERALL
RATING
5
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3
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