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Mt. Pinos Off-Highway Vehicle Routes
Mt. Pinos Ranger District (661) 245-3731
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The Mt. Pinos Ranger District encompasses 497,064 acres in portions of Los Angeles, Ventura, Santa Barbara, and Kern counties. The of the district includes climatic and vegetation zones, from high desert to alpine mountain tops. The riding area varies in elevation from 2000 feet near the junction of Fish Creek to 7800 feet on Frazier Mountain with trails ranging in degree of difficulty from novice to advanced. Vegetation varies from sagebrush and annual grasses to mixed conifer forests, primarily of pinyon and Jeffery pine.

The OHV opportunities on the Mt. Pinos District are considered to be some of the best in the nation. One of the most popular is the Ballinger Canyon ares on the west side of the District. This 8000-acre area has about 68 miles of routes that vary from sandy washes to a ridgeline trail. The relatively dense route network provides many opportunities to make loops of varying difficulty.

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