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Maple Springs - Santiago Peak  (California)      53k views  
          Route creator Terry Best  

Route Overview

Overall:  6.6
Technical:  5.2
Bigger out and backout and back
Distance: 23.4 miles
Ascent: 4,153 feet
Time: 3:07 minutes
Ladder Points +74
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This excellent fire road out-and-back starts up Maple Springs Road and eventually merges onto the Main Divide fire road for the final leg up to Santiago Peak. Breathtaking views of Orange and Riverside counties and a constant uphill grade that's never uncomfortably steep makes for an extremely rewarding ride. It's very easy to hold high speeds in the final three pavement miles of this route. Please be aware that hikers and motorcyclists often use this trail as well. Exercise Caution !

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  Route Comments
easily 30 vehicles up there, got dusted out, fun fun
Very crowded with trucks and motorcycles someone is going to get creamed.
Lower gate was open to traffic, lots of vehicles. Upper gate closed to vehicles.
Daytime start with night time return. Not cold at all at the peak. I haven't been at the peak in more than 6 years. I had the idea that that section from 4C to the peak was shorter. Used the first section of Bockthorn to comeback from the peak. That was my reward from this ride.
Great ride!
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Route Times224 riders, average time 3:07:17
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