Tin Cup Springs Loop

Total Miles
17.5

Elevation

369.79 ft

Duration

2 Hours

Technical Rating

3

Easy

Best Time

Spring, Summer, Fall

Trail Overview

This is a fairly wide trail that runs in a loop starting and stopping at a trailhead. This trail has some deeper mud sections that can be over one 1 deep that will require 4 wheel drive and good ground clearance. For some of the deeper mud areas there are bypasses that can be used however they can be tight for larger vehicles. This trail also has some larger hill climbs and descent, and long straight sections. This trail can be ran in either direction. The trailhead has room for trailer parking and an outhouse restroom.

Photos of Tin Cup Springs Loop

Tin Cup Springs Loop
Tin Cup Springs Loop
Tin Cup Springs Loop

Difficulty

There are deep mud sections that can be over 1 foot deep. Some areas have bypasses however they can be tight for larger vehicles. Some hill sections can be steep with curves in the hills.

Technical Rating

3

Status Reports

Jason Kauffman
Jun 01, 2024
4x4
Open
Rough/Deteriorated
Trail was full of whoops. If you are in a 4x4 prepare for a slow ride or lots of whoops. It was fun in the Mojave but gave the suspension a real workout. Trail was fairly dry and sandy with only one decent sized water hole
Bradley Hassevoort
Jun 01, 2024
ATV
Open
Trail was rough with a couple of big puddles.
Cj Clos
May 26, 2024
4x4
Open
Trail had some deep mud holes. Most were shallow except one
West Michigan Off Roading
May 04, 2024
2023 Ford Bronco
Open
Muddy/Wet
Trail is very wet, mud holes are larger than normal. Very chopped up and whooped out from smaller traffic. We got on the loop a little after 9am before it got busy and only passed a handful the entire loop. By the time we made it back to staging for a pit stop before continuing on the rest of our planned route, the parking lot was packed full. Best to get out on the “destination” loops/routes before everyone else wakes up. Overall an easy ride, but definitely muddy and choppy.

Access Description

The trailhead is located on South Kings Hwy a few miles north of Highway 10. This trailhead is a little northeast of the town of Baldwin. Gas, food, and lodging can be found in the town of Baldwin.

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