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    Cuyamacha State Park

    I rode out here today for the first time in about 3 months and was suprised/disappointed that Japacha Fire road has been graded into a smooth, benign roadway. Its still fun to ride out here, just not as fun.

    I met up with a couple of guys who lost one of their cell phones; I hope they found it.

    La Cima, near Sunrise Highway




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    Where is the Japacha Fire road? Has there been any progress on connecting the single track off la Cima to the Lagunas?

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    Japacha basically starts at the Sweetwater parking area. If you ride up it, turn left on Fern Flat, you will end up crossing the paved road to Cuyamacha Peak, originating at Paso Picacho campground.

    I think there is a single track that continues South from the top of La Cima at Sunrise Highway. However, I think it fairly quickly rejoins Sunrise Highway, so you have to ride pavement to get to Pioneer Mail trailhead, which is your link to the Lagunas, via Pine Mountain trail to Indian Creek.

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    Rodman:

    Were the keys in that thing?
    What the EFF is "All MOUNTAIN"???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aquaholic
    Rodman:

    Were the keys in that thing?
    Just what do you have in mind?

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    A few weeks ago I saw that dirtmover up there. I knew bad grading was in the future...
    If not biking, then what?

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    Good job! Lost cell phone

    Yes, we found the phone, Rodney, at the spot of the attempted tree removal from trail. We still managed to get over 27 miles logged for the day.

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