Update History

California Trail Map - November 2017

Coverage Updates

Coverage area has been increased to include all of Amador, Calaveras, Mono, Sacramento, San Joaquin and Tuolumne counties.
Southern portions of Alpine and Eldorado counties are also included.
Increased coverage into Nevada adjacent to Mono county.
Improved road classification and zoom levels in Mammoth area.

Non-motorized trails have increased from 33,600 to 35,870 miles. 2,270 miles!!!
Motorized dirt roads and OHV trails have increased from 47,300 to 51,265 miles. 3,965 miles!!!

The following areas have been added:

  • Eldorado National Forest (southern)
  • Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest(Bridgeport-Carson area)
  • Stanislaus National Forest
  • Carson-Iceberg Wilderness
  • Mokelumne Wilderness
  • Bureau of Reclamation Lakes
  • County & City Trails
  • BLM land

Lumber Industry

Sierra Pacific Industries(SPI) is a lumber producer that manages a significant amount of land adjacent to the Stanislaus National Forest. SPI generally permits recreational use of their lands.

California Trail Map includes the roads that have been designated for public use. You may encounter variances in these areas. Gates may be closed for restoration or logging activity. Alternatively, there may be roads open for use but not on the map. Always obey posted signs as they indicate the current regulations. Motor vehicles must remain on existing roads.

August 2018 Update: SPI closes all land to public use due to fire risk.




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