This Google Earth tour shows us around the Santa Ana Mountains, Cleveland National Forest. This started as a project to overlay all my Garmin GPS stats for the more popular fireroad/single tracks. There are still lots more to view. This Tour will start at the Sierra Peak, go along the Main Divide, passing by Beeks Place, The Doppler, Hagador Peak, Pleasants Peak then to the Popular Motorway single Track. We then go down the the bottom of Motorway looking up and also panning over to Maple Springs. We jump back up to the Main Divide and swing over to Bedford Fireroad which also shows a glimpse of the single track down Bedford. Continuing over to 4 Corners, where we can see Harding Truck Trail, The Main Divide going to Modjeska towers, and Buckthorn Single Track dumping back onto Main Divide. We take another look at Harding then go down to the bottom of Harding to see the view of the peaks and the 9.1 Mile climb. Continuing we head on over to Modjeska Proper (the highest point of the peak, also home to a geo cache), we then see the Joplin single track that takes you down to "Old Camp" and connects to the Santiago Truck Trail (seen later). Continuing to Santiago Peak, the "Parking Lot" the start of Upper Holy Jim Single Track and the connector to Coldwater Single Track. Then we pan to get a good view of Indian Truck Trail, then to the top. We head on over the Main Divide to Trabuco Peak where we can see Trabuco Single Track in a few spots, we head down to see the connector to Lower Holy Jim Single Track. Down the unpopular Trabuco wash road (famous for the "Holes" though out the road) panning over to see the Santiago Truck Trail ridge line. Back up to the Main Divide just past the entrance to Trabuco Single track as we continue to San Juan Single Track just past a spot where you can get water at the Blue Jay Camp Grounds. We get a good look at the single track view as we continue to the popular meet up point Cocktail Rocks. Down the trail we go to see the switch backs of San Juan Trail, then over to Caspers Park and Through Coto De Caza, ending at Dove Canyon, where you can continue (but not shown) over though Oneal park back to Cooks Corner for a Beer. The Tour ends as we look at the bottom views of Blackstar canyon.

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