Blue Ridge trail is a 2 mile out and back trail in the unincorporated town of Big Pines in California. It borders the city of Wrightwood, Ca.
The trailhead is just east of the parking area next to the restrooms. Look for the trail sign and start you trek through a pine and oak covered trail.
The trail takes you up to The blue Ridge Campground. You can turn around here for a 4 mile hike or you can continue past the Campground and to the left and pick up the PCT. From here you you continue about 2.5 – 3 miles and you will end up on the exposed part of Blue Ridge and be reward with excellent views.
Once you hit Guffy Campground you can turn around and take the road back for a change of scenery back to the Blue Ridge Campground or you can go back via the PCT to the Blue Ridge CG. This will make it a 10 mile hike.
● 4 -10 mile hike
● Beautiful Views
● Dog friendly
●Mostly shaded except on Road
bring sunscreen and a hat.
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