Mahogany

Total Miles
3.0

Elevation

2,332.47 ft

Duration

0.5 Hours

Technical Rating

2

Easy

Best Time

Spring, Fall, Winter

Trail Overview

Mahogany starts on the north end from a large dirt staging area off of Juan Tomas Road with plenty of places to park, across from the entrance to the Bear Scat trail. Going south, it starts as a super-fast, smooth, and flowy trail. It's very easy, and sometimes as wide as a road, with light curves. It goes through a mix of meadows and pine-oak woods, with intermittent sections of a rockier surface, but no obstacles. After the intersection with Poker Chip, there is one rock garden and a small rock ledge that are a 4 difficulty, but you can go around the rocks, so it's still easy. After the intersection with the non-motorized Ponderosa trail, it continues as a wide and smooth road-width trail until the southern trailhead.

Photos of Mahogany

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Difficulty

This is an easy single track with a couple sections of rocks, but all obstacles can be ridden around, making this a very easy trail.

Technical Rating

2

Status Reports

Dave Austin
Jun 03, 2024
Dirt Bike
Open
Rough/Deteriorated

Access Description

Mahogany starts on the north end from a large dirt staging area off of Juan Tomas Road with plenty of places to park, across from the entrance to the Bear Scat trail. Going south, it starts as a super-fast, smooth, and flowy trail. It's very easy, and sometimes as wide as a road, with light curves. It goes through a mix of meadows and pine-oak woods, with intermittent sections of a rockier surface, but no obstacles. After the intersection with Poker Chip, there is one rock garden and a small rock ledge that are a 4 difficulty, but you can go around the rocks, so it's still easy. After the intersection with the non-motorized Ponderosa trail, it continues as a wide and smooth road-width trail until the southern trailhead.

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