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Santa Ana River Trail (SART) Shuttle  (California)      186k views  
        

Route Overview

Overall:  8.5
Technical:  6.4
Rate
 
 
Bigger shuttleshuttle
 
Distance: 24.5 miles
Ascent: 2,125 feet
Time: 3:26 minutes
 
 
Ladder Points +83
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Rated by many as the #1 Trail in Southern California, this trail is perhaps the longest uninterrupted singletrack around. Beautiful Alpine Mountain views nestled between San Gorgonio, the tallest mountain in Southern California (11,500+ ft.), and the backside of Big Bear.






GeoLadders again supports 'Uploading' directly from a Garmin device to Post activities, but using the IE browser only (Microsoft Interent Explorer). Plug in your Garmin to your computer and give it a try, just click 'Upload from GPS' button above this text. Or, if uploading a new route, click the red 'Upload Activity' button top upper right.


Also, 'Downloading' routes directly to a Garmin device to follow a route on the GPS, or to race a Virtual Partner (yourself or others) on the GPS, is again supported (IE browser only). Notice the 'Virtual Partner' tab after hitting 'Download' button above this text.
* How to 'Upload' (or POST) a GPX file to an existing GeoLadders route from your Garmin gps. For example, upload your activity to Strava then export ACTIVITY as GPX from Strava to your computer. Open the activity in Strava, click the 'Action' icon on left (wrench), select 'Export GPX' (saves to 'Downloads' on your computer). Go to www.geoladders.com, open the existing route you want to post to, select 'Post GPX to this route' (on left), then click the 'Browse' button (middle of page), find the GPX in your 'Downloads' directory. Double click, save. That's it. Your route appears on geoladders.com/posts and in your dashboard.


** How to 'Export' a GeoLadders route to put on your Garmin gps.
Download the GeoLadders route to your computer as a GPX using the 'Export GPX' link, to the left. Login to Garmin Connect at connect.garmin.com 1. Select ACTIVITIES (far left menu, 5th option) 2. Upper right, click IMPORT, then click BROWSE, middle of page. 3. Double click the activity, then click IMPORT DATA button. 4. The activity opens (in Garmin Connect), then upper right, of the 5 icons, click the GEAR icon 5. then SEND TO DEVICE (Note: you can rename the acivity before sending to your device). The activity will show in 'Courses' on your Garmin device with the default name or the name you gave it. 6. You'll need to unplug your device to view courses on your device. That's it.




  Route Comments
sweeper04/28/16
weather was awesome
 
MTB Fiend06/24/13
It's been over 10 years since I returned to this trail. It has not changed that much, still lots of exposure. I don't much like exposure and was in "pucker mode" for most of the ride. The fast, fun, flowy sections were a blast to be sure, but then it's back to pucker mode. At least for me, it is. Especially the last 2 lower sections. Did not really have any close calls, but was overly conscious of the possibilities. But I survived and picked up some new skills (if not pedaling or back of the saddle - always keep your inside pedal up, and usually it is better to roll through than start dabbing). What a beautiful day up there too, no bugs, cool/warm/cool brezes prevailed. Good times with good friends. Great Ride!
 
mtnbikej06/23/13
TB. Second ride of the camping weekend. Got to show some friends/wife the whole shuttle today. New dirt sections for some. Again, had the whole trail to ourselves. Saw 3 riders on the way up Middle Control Road, but that was it. Trail was in really nice condition. Always forget about how rocky the lower 6 miles of the ride are. Bugs were not bad at all. Breeze blew all day.....sometimes warm, sometimes cool. Been a few years since I had done this...still think I prefer to climb up. Good ride for sure.
 
FRANCHI06/18/13
Manual posting because I forgot to press the start button on my Garmin. Very hot up there. Good ride!
 
oldfatguy08/26/12
 
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Route Times169 riders, average time 3:26:50
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PlaceName  Best Time   Total Time  SpeedCompleted
1
 big_guy 
7:59:467:59:463.1 mph1 
2
 krops13 
7:00:008:00:003.5 mph1 
3
 kdinger 
6:30:008:50:003.8 mph1 
4
 lhbert 
5:31:005:31:004.4 mph1 
5
 ridnsolo 
5:00:006:00:004.9 mph1 
6
 PHAT TIRE 
4:49:324:49:325.1 mph1 
7
 Scottster 
4:40:114:40:115.2 mph1 
8
 Keith B 
4:35:504:35:505.3 mph1 
9
 luskie 
4:25:004:25:005.5 mph1 
10
 Pan Man 
4:20:007:00:005.7 mph1 
11
 cH4os 
4:20:004:20:005.7 mph1 
12
 BetF 
4:16:004:26:005.7 mph1 
13
 TREE 
4:11:134:35:525.9 mph1 
14
 slamcam 
4:04:004:04:006.0 mph1 
15
 Route Creator 
4:01:484:01:486.1 mph1 
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