Total Miles


2,399.35 ft


0.5 Hours

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Best Time

Fall, Summer, Spring

Trail Overview

8619 is designated for dirt bikes only but starts off more like an old road that is now closed to full-width vehicles. You have to take 8618 from RCR 1 Road to access the southeast start of this trail. It can't be accessed from the northwest side because the road to get there is marked as an administrative route for the King Mountain SMRA that is closed to motorized vehicles. The trail is curvy in the pinyon pine trees with ruts and loose rock but isn't difficult. There is a really silty loose hill climb up with loose rock, and then it narrows up into more of a single track. There are no real obstacles, just some loose rock, slab-embedded rock, low branches, and tight curves. It turns left onto a faint unmarked trail in the trees that is not ridden much. In the end, you can turn on 8603B, which is a similar faint trail in the trees that don't look often ridden. Both this trail and spur 8603B skirt along the edge of private land before ending at a No Trespassing sign where the private land starts, so you have to ride this as an out and back. This one isn't as fun or challenging as some of the other single tracks in the trail system.


This is an easy trail with loose rock, hill climbs, and tight turns.

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