Hite Cove OHV Route For ATV Riding
The 52nd most popular all terrain vehicle trail in California.
Thursday 28 July 2016 04:13 GMT
Northeast of Fresno and Merced in the Sierra National Forest, the Hite Cove OHV Route is a Class B route traverses a variety of terrain as its elevations range from 3,900 to 1,700 feet in the northwest region of the Sierra National Forest near the Jerseydale Forest Station. The route consists of mixed conifer, Black and Live Oak, scattered brush and grass, and an abundance of Poison Oak throughout the area. Springtime heralds the bringing of a spectacular show of wild flowers of several varieties.
To reach the trailhead from Oakhurst, head northwest on SR49 for 16 miles. Turn on Triangle Road for 4 miles. Turn on Scott Road for 3 miles to the Hite Cove Trail.
The first segment of the trail is from the top of the ridge where the road starts to side slope to the first switchback. This is the steepest and most difficult section. It can be narrow at times. Beyond the switchback, the trail eventually crosses washed-out Nutmeg Gulch, a challenging crossing.
Note: As of September 2007, ATV riding is only permitted on Forest Service roads with vertical number signs. In addition, the ATV must have a valid California green ATV sticker.
Overall, Hite Cove OHV Route is the 52nd most popular ATV riding trail of all 106 ATV trails in California. Several of the better atv trails are nearby Hite Cove OHV Route including Red Lake/Coyote Lake OHV Route, Dusy/Ershim OHV Route, Spanish OHV Route, Miami Creek OHV Area, Clear Creek Management Area and Frank Raines OHV ParkLa Grange OHV Park.