Anderson Truck Trail For Mountain Biking

The 13th most popular mountain bike trail in California.

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East of San Diego near Alpine, the Anderson Truck Trail is the most popular downhill mountain bike ride in the region. This is a long, gnarly, technical downhill run.

To reach the lower trailhead from San Diego, head east on US8 past El Cajon for about 30 miles into Alpine and exit at Harbison Canyon Road (aka Dunbar Lane). Turn left on Peutz Valley Road and park under the bridge.

Ride or shuttle to the upper trailhead by following Peutz Valley Road and turning left on Alpine Blvd into Alpine. Turn left on Victoria and follow to end of road. Enter the trail near the water tower on the right.

The trailhead areas can get very crowded and local residents are getting concerned. Make sure to be extra polite and clean up everything you may see, even if its not your mess. Otherwise, this area may be closed.

Overall, Anderson Truck Trail is the 13th most popular mountain bike trail of all 132 mountain biking rides in California. Several of the better mountain bike trails are nearby Anderson Truck Trail including Big Laguna / Indian Creek Trails, Noble Canyon Loop, Mission Trails Regional Park, Oriflamme Canyon, Cuyamaca State Park and Lake Morena / Corral CanyonDaley Ranch.

Anderson Truck Trail Mountain Biking Map



Local Contact(s):  CNF (619) 445-6235; California Tourism (916) 444-4429; Alpine Bike Shop.

Best Season:  Mar. - Nov.

Average Difficulty:  Difficult

Base Camp:  Pine Valley Inn (619) 473-8560; Alpine Inn, Alpine (619) 445-5172

Luxury Loding:  First Resort Ranch (800) 548-3664

Breakfast Restaurant:  Majors Diner, Pine Valley; Pine Valley Java

Reference Source:  click here

GPS:  32.849, -116.8054

Date Published:  1/2/2016

Date Updated:  7/9/2016

ID:  13982

Anderson Truck Trail Mountain Biking Map


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