Milsap Bar West For Dirt Biking

The 83rd most popular offroad motorcycle trail in California.

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East of Chico and northeast of Oroville in the Plumas National Forest, the Milsap Bar West route is about 8 miles long and is open to off-road motorcycle trails riding. The Milsap Bar West route (aka Route 1) begins just south of the Brush Creek Work Center off the Oroville Quincy Road, and it drops into the Middle Fork Feather Wild and Scenic River. There are good views of Bald Roack Dome and the Feather River Canyon. The route is considered easy to moderate, with some narrow, steep sections.

To reach the trailhead from Oroville, head east on SR162 (aka Oroville-Quincy Highway) for about 25 miles to the Bruch Creek Work Center trailhead parking area. The trail heads east from the parking area.

This route connects with the Milsap Bar East route (Route 35) at the Milsap Bar Campground.

Overall, Milsap Bar West is the 83rd most popular dirt bike trail of all 117 dirt biking rides in California. Several of the better dirt bike trails are nearby Milsap Bar West including Clear Creek Management ORV Area, Lower Ranch, Dusy/Ershim OHV Route, Hite Cove OHV Route, Miami Creek OHV Area and Red Lake/Coyote Lake OHV Route.


Local Contact(s):  Plumas National Forest (530) 534-6500

Best Season:  Jun. - Sep.

Average Difficulty:  Moderate

Base Camp:  NFS Milsap Bar Campground

Reference Source:  click here

Article Source:   Best Milsap Bar West Dirt Biking Review

GPS:  39.68811, -121.34019

Date Published:  12/25/2015

Date Updated:  6/26/2016

ID:  16056

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