Off-Roading

How about some Off-Roading in the San Jacinto Mountains?

Off-Roading in the San Jacinto area

The San Bernardino National Forest has had a system of designated Off-Highway Vehicle routes in place for more than 30 years. These existing Off-Highway Vehicle routes, together with other roads “open for motorized travel” are displayed on recently published Motor Vehicle Use Maps.  The links to the Off-Roading map for the San Jacinto Mountains are listed below – one link for English, the other for Spanish.

http://www.fs.usda.gov/Internet/FSE_DOCUMENTS/stelprdb5202572.pdf (English)

http://www.fs.usda.gov/Internet/FSE_DOCUMENTS/stelprdb5202574.pdf (Spanish)

For those who enjoy Off-Roading…

you can also stop by the Idyllwild Ranger Station for more information.

San Jacinto Off-Roading inforIdyllwild Ranger Station

54270 Pine Crest
Idyllwild, CA 92549

(909) 382-2921

The United States Congress designated the San Jacinto Wilderness Area as part of the original Wilderness Act of 1964 and it now has a total of 32,248 acres.  For general information regarding the San Jacinto Wilderness Area as well as Off-Roading please visit http://activities.wildernet.com/pages/area.cfm?areaid=051255SB&cu_id=1

San Jacinto Mountains Sunset

 

For more information:
San Jacinto Chamber of Commerce (951) 654-1645
Hemet/San Jacinto (951) 658-3211
Email: info@visitsanjacintovalley.com