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Willow Creek Trail

This double black diamond downhill trail for full suspension bikes with at least 5 inches of travel. It follows the Willow Creek down from the high country above Bass Lake, California. This is one long adrenalin rush from top to bottom and you dare not take your thoughts off of the trail ahead. I recommend this trail to advanced riders ...

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007 Trail

This trail starts at the south end of Bass Lake, Ca at the intersection of Rd. 274 and Central Camp Rd. and is best done on a long travel full suspension bike. There is a parking area here next to the water flume that feeds Bass Lake from the snow melt. There are three sections of this trail as it ...

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Goat Mountain Trail

This mountain got it’s name back when Bass Lake was being created in the Crane Valley above Oakhurst. Goats were brought in to stamp down the dirt in the lake basin around the dam area. After they had done this, the goats were released and they migrated to this mountain to the west of the lake. Because they have been ...

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Nelder Grove Ride

This ride begins much like the Fresno Dome ride. I like to park in the Parking lot at the Tenaya Lodge at 1122 Hwy 41 in Fish Camp, Ca. which is 14 miles north of Oakhurst at the intersection of Jackson- Big Sandy road. After leaving the parking lot, ride down to Jackson-Big Sandy Rd. and turn left (east) proceed ...

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Fresno Dome Trail

This is a beautiful ride that will take you to one of the best views possible in the Yosemite area without having to climb the cable ladder like Half Dome. The weather in Fish Camp is very nice in the summer as it is at least 10* cooler than around Bass Lake. Do not forget to bring your camera and ...

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Lewis Creek Trail

This is a beautiful trail requiring a very low skill level to navigate the two slightly rocky outcroppings. The easiest way to get here is to follow State Rt. 41 north from Oakhurst about 5 miles until you see a sign of a hiker on the right. This is the parking area for the trail. Follow the trail down to ...

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