Rattlesnake Canyon

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Photo: Entering the actual Canyon...
Trail Information
Other Names: None
Part of: Bighorn Wilderness
Trail Length: miles
Trail Time: hours
Terrain: Desert sand wash
Off-Road Use: Limited Access
Difficulty: Difficult - Moderate.gif
Geography
County: San Bernadino, Ca
Nearest Cities: Lucerne, CA
Map Links: Google Map
Satellite Map: Google Satellite
Special Map: Google Earth
GPS Start: N34* 22.183' W116* 39.114'
GPS End: N34* 17.441 W116* 41.692
Google Earth: Rattlesnake Canyon.kmz
Climate: 7 Day Forecast
Elevation: 3,00 to 8,000 ft.

Information[edit]

Rattlesnake Canyon Trail is a moderate trail in the Big Bear area. This trail starts in the Johnson Valley desert area and climbs constantly to reach Burns Canyon Trail (2N02) just outside of the San Bernardino National Forest. The passage is along a restricted corridor through the Bighorn Wilderness. Please stay on the trail as this is a highly sensitive ecological area.

Directions[edit]

92285 Via Bear Valley Rd. and I-15. Driving directions to Old Woman Springs Rd & Rattlesnake Canyon Rd, LANDERS, CA

1. Head east on Bear Valley Rd toward Mariposa Rd 12.5 mi 2. Turn right onto CA-18 S 10.6 mi 3. Continue onto Old Woman Springs Rd 18.6 mi 4. Arrive at Old Woman Springs Rd & Rattlesnake Canyon Rd LANDERS, CA 92285

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