Sugarpine Mountain trail is moderately difficult and starts at the edge of San Bernardino and finishes is the Silverlake State Park. The trail is designated for street legal vehicles only. Trail passes through a variety of chaparral and forest vegetation. High-clearance 4WD is recommended but any high-clearance vehicle is acceptable.
Cleghorn Ridge is an easy 4×4 trail which leads from the I-15 at the Cleghorn exit to Silverlake State Recreation Area. The trail features lots of switch backs and may be rutted and/or steep in places. There is essentially two trails side by side the majority of the trail, and many bypasses along the trail to get around the more difficult places if you 4×4 is not up to the rough stuff.
A Forest Service Adventure Passes are required if you plan on stopping along the way.
Cleghorn Ridge Trailmap
A steep and scenic descent from the top of Skyline drive and Snow Summit down to Angeles Oaks. This road is steep enough, that low range will be utilized on the trail.
Last reports indicate decent sized rocks and rutting which will be of concern for some stock vehicles.
The Forrest Service routinely closes this trail during the winter due to snow.
Willow Creek road is an easy gentle ride which runs from Hooks Creek Road to Highway 173. Willow creek can get rather full after heavy rains, but for the most part this trail is suitable for most stock SUV’s and truck.
Snow Slide Trail (2N13) connects Green Valley Lake to Fawnskin, CA. The Green Valley Lake trail head is located by the campground, while the Fawnskin side is located about 5 miles out of town on Rim of the World Drive.
From the Green Valley Lake side the trail winds along the mountain side, which was recently burned by fire. There is a lot of new growth in the burn area as the environment begins to heal itself. The burned area now offers wonderful views of the valley.