Off Highway Vehicles

Dual Sport Motorcycle Riding Little Antelope Valley

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  • Including Highway 395, this loop combines some pavement with graded gravel roads and jeep tracks for a great introduction to dual sport riding out in the Long Valley Caldera. Starting at the bottom end of Hwy 203, just east of Hwy 395, turn left (north) at Little Antelope Valley Road 3S05. Past the geothermal plant the road bends to the east, away from 395, turns to gravel, and climbs a hill. The road winds up and then down through Jeffrey pine forest and sagebrush meadows with open views of the Glass Range and back across to the Sierra. As the road joins route A4, head southwest past the Hot Creek Geothermal Area back to Hwy 395. Motor Vehicle Use Maps and other information are available at the Mammoth Lakes Welcome Center or at the Inyo National Forest web site. Keep OHV experiences alive on public lands - stay on designated roads and trails at all times.

  • Including Highway 395, this loop combines some pavement with graded gravel roads and jeep tracks for a great introduction to dual sport riding out in the Long Valley Caldera. Starting at the bottom end of Hwy 203, just east of Hwy 395, turn left (north) at Little Antelope Valley Road 3S05. Past the geothermal plant the road bends to the east, away from 395, turns to gravel, and climbs a hill. The road winds up and then down through Jeffrey pine forest and sagebrush meadows with open views of the Glass Range and back across to the Sierra. As the road joins route A4, head southwest past the Hot Creek Geothermal Area back to Hwy 395. Motor Vehicle Use Maps and other information are available at the Mammoth Lakes Welcome Center or at the Inyo National Forest web site. Keep OHV experiences alive on public lands - stay on designated roads and trails at all times.

  • Experience Checklist

    • Bike gloves
    • Bike helmet
    • Bike shoes (or close-toed shoes)
    • Compass
    • Day pack
    • First-aid kit
    • Green-stickered vehicle
    • Map or GPS device
    • Water

    Public Services

    Experience Information

    Trail Length
    30.7 miles
    Trail Surface
    Mixed
    Duration
    Less than 4 hours

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