Scouting for an Etla to SFdA Connector

After a short Thursday Morning No-Drop Group Ride with Larry and Judah, Carlos and I headed up Trail HFR to check on the post-rainy-season condition of Trail BK and to scout for possible singletrack trails to connect over to the trails Carlos and his amigos have built in the Etla hills.  Our ride/scout GPS data is in grey, other trails and scouting efforts in the Viguera valley area are also included.  In short, we didn’t find a way that gets us far enough north, but we were please to find Trail BK in such good condition and to be reminded how interesting and fun that trail is.  We’re going to pursue pushing it on to the north and thus provide a bi-directional rideable route of singletrack. Care to help us?

To better examine these map items, instead of displaying a small map here, please load the map data in GoogleMaps (opens in a new window)

Here is the GPX file.

Here is the KML/KMZ version.


3 comments for “Scouting for an Etla to SFdA Connector

  1. Deron Dilger
    2013-01-12 at 8:35 PM

    Went out again with Carlos (and Brian, too) to scout from the Etla side. Made it all the way home to SFda without any roads, but some painful bushwacking. Here is a GMaps view of the day’s outing o’ scouting:

  2. 2013-01-29 at 11:10 PM

    I Deron, im Barrón, i see you closer of the “Carnivoras” you remember?

  3. 2016-04-16 at 6:51 PM

    The links to GoogleMaps no longer work due to changes Google has made to their mapping API. When time allows, I will put the data up as a map so it shows here. In the meantime, you can download the base GPX or KML data and use GoogleEarth to view it. Sorry!

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