San Bernardino National Forest

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A trail in the San Bernardino National Forest
The San Bernardino Mountains are a short transverse mountain range northeast of Los Angeles in southern California in the United States. The mountains run for approximately 60 mi (100 km) east-west on the southern edge of the Mojave Desert in southwestern San Bernardino County north of the city of San Bernardino. The range is separated from the San Gabriel Mountains to the west by Cajon Pass, and from the San Jacinto Mountains to the south/southeast by Banning Pass. The southern extent of the range is bounded by the San Andreas Fault.

Off-Road Areas in the San Bernardino Mountains

Ranger Districts

Before planning an off-road outing, please contact one of the District Ranger Offices for more details.

Arrowhead Ranger Station
28104 Hwy. 18
Skyforest, California 92385
Telephone: (909) 382-2782

Big Bear Ranger Station
P.O. Box 290
Fawnskin, California 92333
Telephone: (909) 382-2790

Cajon Ranger Station
1209 Lytle Creek Rd.
Lytle Creek, California 92358
Telephone: (909) 382-2850

San Gorgonio Ranger Station
34701 Mill Creek Rd.
Mentone, California 92359
Telephone: (909) 382-2881

San Jacinto Ranger District
P.O. Box 518
Idyllwild, California 92549
Telephone: (909) 382-2921

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