VERY IMPORTANT TO DO WAIVERS AHEAD OF TIME TO AVOID WASTING RIDING TIME DOING PAPERWORK INSTEAD OF RIDING! -->   https://www.smartwaiver.com/v/enjoythemountain/

USE THE NAVIGATION LINKS TO GET EXACT GPS DIRECTIONS TO OUR LOCATIONS!

Bay Area / Carnegie - Click here to open GPS Location in Google Maps

Lake Arrowhead - Click here to open GPS Location in Google Maps

Los Angeles / Hungry Valley - Click here to open GPS Location in Google Maps

Mammoth - Click here to open GPS Location in Google Maps

Sacramento / Prairie City - Click here to open GPS Location in Google Maps

Santa Barbara - Click here to open GPS Location in Google Maps

All these are links to exact GPS coordinates so there is absolutely no way to get lost using these from your phone.

Be on time:

Our meeting locations are sometimes hard to find, that is why we provide you with links to the exact GPS coordinates which you can open from your smartphone. Please ensure to check your favorite traffic information system and start your trip ahead of time so that you can arrive on time to your appointment and avoid missing your adventure.

What to wear:

Weather conditions change often at all of our locations. Keep in mind that this time of the year it can get cold out in the trails, so we recommend that you bring warm clothing and jackets. We always ride in any weather condition so you should check your favorite weather forecast. No matter what the weather is, we always recommend to wear long pants (preferably tough pants like jeans or riding pants), over the ankle closed shoes (no flip flops or sandals), and use long sleeve layered clothing so that you can put it on or take it off as the weather conditions change, and don't forget that any clothes that you wear will most likely get very dirty. Over the ankle boots (hiking boots or similar) are mandatory at the Bay Area / Carnegie, Los Angeles / Hungry Valley and Sacramento Prairie City locations. Keep in mind that wearing the appropriate clothing will not only protect you from the weather but also from debris from the trails, other vehicles, insects, etc plus it will be additional protection in the event of an accident. We provide you, at no extra cost, with helmets

 

Bay Area / Carnegie SVRA:

All waivers must be signed on-line prior to arrival --> https://www.smartwaiver.com/v/enjoythemountain/. Public restrooms are available on campground. There is an independent shop in the park where food and drinks are available for purchase, although store hours and availability change.

Click here to open GPS Location in Google Maps for our Bay Area / Carnegie staging area

for more information about this location visit --> http://www.enjoythemountain.com/bay-area

 

Lake Arrowhead:

All waivers must be signed on-line prior to arrival --> https://www.smartwaiver.com/v/enjoythemountain/ . Public restrooms are available on campground. No drinking water at campground.

From the Lake Arrowhead Village turn left onto HWY 173. Keep on HWY 173 for approximately 10 miles until you pass by the shooting range (will be on your left) and then you need to take the next exit on the right to a dirt road called Willow Creek Jeep Trail (3N34). Keep on that dirt road for a couple of minutes until you get to the first crossing trail where you will make a right turn into a big open area (Pinnacles Staging Area) where you will see our vehicles and guides.

The conditions of the Willow Creek Jeep Trail vary constantly depending on the weather / rain so be careful with you car, if you don't want to take your car through that dirt road then please email the office info@enjoythemountain.com in advance and we will arrange to pick you up at the beginning of the dirt road.

If after leaving the village you get to Blue Jay or to HWY 18 you are then going in the wrong direction. turn around and go back to the starting point. If you are on HWY 173 and for whatever reason you don't see the Willow Creek Jeep Trail, the road will be closed within 2 miles, so if you get to where the road is closed then you've gone too far, please turn around and look for the Willow Creek Jeep Trail exit.

Click here to open GPS Location in Google Maps for Pinnacles OHV Staging Area in Lake Arrowhead

For more information about this location visit --> http://www.enjoythemountain.com/lake-arrowhead

 

Los Angeles / Hungry Valley:

Over the ankle boots (hiking boots or similar) are mandatory at the Hungry Valley location. All waivers must be signed on-line prior to arrival --> https://www.smartwaiver.com/v/enjoythemountain/. Public restrooms are available on campground. No drinking water at campground.

From LA area take I5 North --> exit I5 on Smokey Bear Rd --> Turn left at the stop sign to cross under the freeway --> At the next stop sign make a left and an immediate very sharp right into Hungry Valley Rd. (well maintained dirt road) --> Keep on going until the South Entrance gate to Hungry Valley SVRA --> If the gate attendant is there tell them that you are riding with Enjoy the Mountain and they will provide you further directions --> If the gate attendant is not there then keep on driving until you get to Lane Ranch Campground which is the 1st campground on the right from the South Entrance Gate. --> You will then see our vehicles and trailers in the campground.

Click here to open GPS Location in Google Maps for our Hungry Valley staging area

for more information about this location visit --> http://www.enjoythemountain.com/los-angeles

 

Mammoth:

All waivers must be signed on-line prior to arrival --> https://www.smartwaiver.com/v/enjoythemountain/. Public restrooms are not available at staging. No drinking water at campground.

Directions from Mammoth Visitor's Center:

Get on the CA203 East towards US395 --> Turn left onto US395 North --> Turn Right at Mammoth Scenic Loop --> Then keep on following the path to the right until you get to an open staging area where you will see our vehicles and trailers.

Directions from Bishop:

Take US395 North for approximately 40 miles --> Turn Right at Mammoth Scenic Loop --> Then keep on following the path to the right until you get to an open staging area where you will see our vehicles and trailers.

Directions from June Lake:

Take US395 South --> Turn Left to cross the US395 at Mammoth Scenic Loop --> Then keep on following the path to the right until you get to an open staging area where you will see our vehicles and trailers.

Click here to open GPS Location in Google Maps for our Mammoth staging area

for more information about this location visit --> http://www.enjoythemountain.com/mammoth

 

Sacramento Prairie City SVRA:

All waivers must be signed on-line prior to arrival --> https://www.smartwaiver.com/v/enjoythemountain/. Public restrooms are available on campground. There is an independent shop in the park where food and drinks are available for purchase, although store hours and availability change.

Click here to open GPS Location in Google Maps for our Sacramento / Prairie City staging area

for more information about this location visit --> http://www.enjoythemountain.com/sacramento

 

Santa Barbara:

All waivers must be signed on-line prior to arrival --> https://www.smartwaiver.com/v/enjoythemountain/. Public restrooms available at the campground. Drinking water at campground although it is not always available.

Take the 154 (North from Santa Barbara or South from Solvang) and exit on Paradise Rd.  Keep on Paradise Rd for approx 6 miles until you get to an attendant booth, keep going straight through the dried river crossing into the Lower Oso Area, and look for signs to Upper Oso Campground asking you to turn left. Once you make the left keep on going and follow the signs for the Upper Oso Horse trailer parking area which should be on the left of the split (again Horse trailer parking area and not motorcycle parking area). Keep on going until you see a large parking lot where our trailers and ATVs will be located. Please be aware that cell phone reception might be spotty so please make sure that you have your GPS navigation preloaded ahead of time.

Click here to open GPS Location in Google Maps for our Santa Barbara staging area

For more information about this location visit --> http://www.enjoythemountain.com/santa-barbara