|Location||Angeles National Forest; 70 miles northeast of Los Angeles, CA within two hours driving time. 45 miles northwest of San Bernardino, CA. The trail begins at three separate points near the Angeles Crest Highway #2. These locations are Vincent, In Angeles|
|Length||27.00 Miles / 43.45 Km||Loop Trail?||No|
|Agency||USDA Forest Service|
|Entry Fee?||No||Parking Fee?||Yes|
The High Desert Trail is a continuous network incorporating several trails including the Burhhart Trail, Devil's Punchbowl Trail, Manzanita Trail and Southfork Trail. The High Desert Trail system joins the San Gabriel Mountains with the Mojave Desert, and combined with the Pacific Crest Trail crossing the Angeles Crest, it forms two small loops or one large loop. The trail affords the PCT traveler a "high desert experience" alternative. The trail navigates steep-sided canyon walls with exposed granite masses and gravel screen slopes as it parallels and crosses creek beds.
Date Opens: 1/1 - Date Closes: 12/31
Open 24 Hours
Width: 24 inches.
Primary Surface: Grass or vegetation
Secondary Surface: Grass or Vegetation
Average Grade: 5%
Elevation Low Point: 3500
Elevation High Point: 6950
Year Designated: 1981
Date Last Updated: 07/15/2011
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