Santo Tomas to Vicente Guerrero

Total Miles
84.6

Elevation

403.47 ft

Duration

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Technical Rating

4

Moderate

Best Time

Spring, Winter

Trail Overview

This dirt road and sometimes trail leads you through rough mountains and along the Pacific coast of Baja California. The uneven road is manageable by most, but how long it takes depends on your equipment and skill. The trek south, while passing through a few small villages, provides beautiful views of the ocean adjacent the equally stunning dry, rocky desert.

Photos of Santo Tomas to Vicente Guerrero

Santo Tomas to Vicente Guerrero
Santo Tomas to Vicente Guerrero

Difficulty

The road/trail is generally straightforward with some narrows with looks rocks and sand, but the distance and remoteness requires this not be travelled solo or without ample supplies and gear.

Technical Rating

4

Status Reports

Mike Blackman
May 18, 2024
Dirt Bike
Open
Rough/Deteriorated
Washboard
A lot of fun, this years rain storms have created some big ruts and exposed rocks.
John Tucci
May 03, 2024
Dirt Bike
Open
Normal
Dusty
Rough/Deteriorated
Very enjoyable! I rode the first half of this trail north to south. Scenic, even, hard packed sandy trail leads to the coast where a short final steep rutted descent will challenge larger adventure bikes to get down to sea level. Tenere 700 did well but would not make it in wet or muddy conditions. 4x4s should be able to manage wet or dry with caution. Once at sea level the trail is loose rocks on and off to Coyote Cals with opportunity for some flat stretches of higher speed riding.
Nicholas Ihley
Feb 25, 2024
4x4
Obstructed
Impassable Water Crossing
About midway along the trail after circumnavigating the bluffs section which is now posted as private, there is large mud hole that according to locals doesn’t ever dry out. The water/ mud whole is at least 28” at its deepest and contains old fence posts, bar wire and other obstructions. It is nearly 200 yards across and you will get stuck.
Nacho Gladiator
Aug 05, 2023
Dirt Bike
Open
Rough/Deteriorated

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