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Has anyone been to thr San Gabreil OHV? It's really close to where I live and was wondering if it is any good.
Let me know what you all think.
 

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I drove through there years ago to go hiking. I remember there was a wash that some trucks were stuck in.

On the other side of the Angeles Crest Mtns., there is a dam called Littlerock. It's near Palmdale. I rember riding a motorcyle, unsuccesfully, up a cool trail there. I think it was gated, but you can get the combo by registering w/ the park ranger.
 

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San Gabriel OHV area ( Azuza ) is a big sand and mud pit. Its more fun watching the other idiots destroy their trucks in a drunken stupor than driving it yourself. Bring a lawn chair and some refreshments. The Littlerock dam area has been closed due to the possibility of an endangered aquatic toad breeding ground area, but may (doubtful) re-open in 2002. They were many way cool trails there, including the once famous Santiagos Revenge. <IMG SRC="smilies/biggrin.gif" border="0">
 

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Originally posted by RocKrawler:
<STRONG>The Littlerock dam area has been closed due to the possibility of an endangered aquatic toad breeding ground area, but may (doubtful) re-open in 2002. They were many way cool trails there, including the once famous Santiagos Revenge. <IMG SRC="smilies/biggrin.gif" border="0"></STRONG>
I remember there was a back way into that area by taking a long dirt road after turning off of Hwy 2 and passing through Alder Saddle (or something like that).
 

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Thanks for the info. Since mudding isn't really my thing, maybe I'll stick to driving up to Big Bear and Gorman.
 
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