Where You Can Ride

...and where you can't ride

Creekside Trail
Creekside Trail near China Hole Photo: ElHombre @ mtbr

  • The Orestimba Wilderness is closed to mountain bikes.  Even walking your bike in the Orestimba Wilderness area is not allowed.
  • Dirt roads in all other areas are open. Over a hundred miles of dirt roads and many additional miles of single track trails are open to mountain bikers.
  • Some trails near headquarters are closed.   Trails closed to bikes are marked with "no bike" logo signs.  Ask for a bike map at headquarters.   You must stay off these trails even if the signs are hidden by grass or are missing.
  • All singletrack trails are closed for 48 hours after a half inch of rain.   Roads remain open all the time.  But, up to 48 hours after at least a half inch of rain, single-track trails are closed to bikes to prevent excessive erosion and trail damage.   Check at the Visitor Center when you pay your fees.
  • Riding cross-country is never allowed.   
    • If a "trail" is not on the current maps or is not posted as a trail, please stay off of it.
  • The backcountry is open to bike campers.   The same rules apply to bikers as hikers; register and get a permit at headquarters, pay the same fees, no fires are allowed (except where designated), purify water, no dogs, etc.
  • Motorcycles and motorized bikes are not allowed.
 

 

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