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Rowher Trail

Rowher Flats OHV Area

July, 2010

Although Rowher Trail is in the Angeles National Forest, there aren't a lot of trees. However, that doesn't stop it from burning up during seasonal brush fires, so be careful out there. The trail starts in the dry desert riding area of Rowher Flats. It's a harsh environment of dirt and rock, and it gets really hot and dusty in the summer. It starts by dipping quickly to a shady spot under a tree and then rising just as quickly starting the long climb to the peak.

The trail gets a Difficult rating but I give it a 2, because I can put it in 2nd gear and run the length of the trail without shifting. Look Out Trail is in the same area, and runs up the same hill. At the peak, overlooking the Bouquet Reservoir, there are shady spots under trees and a forest service roads that connects Rowher and Look Out Trails, and offers an easier way down and out the other side to Bouquet Cyn Road.

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