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Laguna Mountain Recreation Area Ride

  • Mar 30, 2013 · 8:30 AM
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I a It should be a beautiful weekend so let's ride the hills at Laguna mountain rec area again. We'll meet at the Turnoff for Wooded hill campround. Then drop into some fun singletrack. we'll weave our way around the hills and the trees dropping into gatos, chico and other trails to the east of the meadow. plan on 3+ hours of riding and 15+ miles of trail. 1500+/-feet gain. Advanced beginner/intermediate. We will make stops to regroup and eat.

Bring 3 liters water lunch/snacks/goo/electrolyte drink.

forecast is sunny and 63 degrees.

You should bring three liters of water or 100 oz bladder as there is significant climbing and pace.

ADVENTURE PASS REQUIRED for parking

This is the site I use for weather
http://forecast.weather.gov/Map...

USFS adventure passes are for parking in the forest areas and are available at most sporting goods stores $5.00 daily $30.00 yearly per vehicle. They are also available at the laguna mountain store up the road a mile or so which opens at 8:00AM

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  • b0b e.

    perfect weather and a great group

    March 31, 2013

  • Marilyn W.

    What a beautiful ride! I had a fun time with ya'll.
    THANKS again, Bob! You're a great event host!
    Looking forward to the next...:-))

    March 30, 2013

  • John C.

    Should I ride full-suspension or would I get by on my hardtail?

    March 29, 2013

    • Carol

      I've been with people who rode it with no suspension. Three inch is plenty. your call.

      March 29, 2013

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