Begins at Bald Mountain Saddle just off Sherman Pass Road, tying into the end of Mahogany Creek Trail. It offers a variety of conditions ranging from, gradual hill climbs to creek bottom riding, connecting with Rattlesnake and Beach Trails near Bonita Creek. Suited for the intermediate to advanced riders.
Directions from Kernville: Travel north about 16 miles on Mtn. 99 and turn right (east) onto Sherman Pass Rd. (22S05) and travel about 20 miles. Trail begins at Bald Mountain Saddle just off Sherman Pass Road.
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Rattlesnake Creek Motorized Trail
Cannell Meadow Ranger District
Beach Trail - From Sherman Pass Road to Osa Meadow, this trail offers a variety of challenges as it travels along the Bonita Creek drainage and crosses Rattlesnake Creek. Some steep, rocky grades.
Mahogany Creek Motorized Trail - Mahogany Creek Trail provides access to the west portion of the OHV system from Troy Meadow Campground overflow area. Challenging for beginners.
Rattlesnake Motorized Trail - This trail parallels Rattlesnake Creek and is best suited for advanced riders due to its steep slopes and several creek crossings and dead ends.