Category Archives: Maps & Cue Sheets

2016 Grand Depart Communique Sent

The latest 2016 Stagecoach 400 GPX file, cue sheets, route addenda, and interpretation have been sent out to all the riders participating in the smARTS Project fundraiser. 

Sink your teeth in and we’ll see everybody in about a month!

-BC

Downloadable Maps for the 2012 San Jacinto Enduro

Click and ENJOY. 

Thanks to Matt Palmer for doing the legwork on these. They look great.

EnduroSHORT1

EnduroLong1

Final Route Announcement

The route is finalized & sittin’ pretty at 374 miles, 31k ft of climbing. 

The biggest, most notable difference between the early rough draft and the final route… no Salton Sea. The route was too long with that section, and we’ve got a fantastic diversity of terrain even without it. The new, final route features the mountains, desert, and ocean we’d set out to highlight in the first place. Oh, and we’re sitting at 80%+ dirt. Not too shabby.

We are tabulating the final cues now. In the mean time, view the route here on the leaderboard. An email with the route GPX will be landing in your inbox shortly. We’ll discuss the route in greater detail in the next post with cues attached. Get to studying!

Cues, First 117 miles

We got these written over the weekend, and will continue to turn them out as quickly as possible. Ditto for the GPS track. 

This first section takes us from the San Jacinto mountains out through grassland and into the river valleys leading to the ocean. It is nearly 75% dirt with the final 40 miles or so coming into San Diego on multi-use trail.

Download here in Excel: stagecoachcues

Download here as PDF: stagecoachcues Sheet1

2011 Cue Sheets

Loop 1 Cues. Same as last year except the change from Sunset Trail to Summit Trail at Cowbell Alley

LOOP #1
SPLIT TOTAL
0 0
Apple Canyon road 0.17 0.17
LEFT ON TO HWY 74 0.9 1.07
RIGHT ON TO Forest Road 6S13 1.62 2.69
RIGHT turn at intersection. IMMEDIATELY AFTER CATTLEGUARD 4.6 7.29
RIGHT at fork over cattleguard, resume climbing 0.8 8.09
CORRAL,WATERTANK 5.2 13.29
SUMMIT begin descent. Fast stuff. 1 14.29
First house on left, stay on main road. 8.4 22.69
Cranston Ranger Station…PUBLIC WATER STOP..take HWY 74 E (uphill) 2.1 24.79
(NO SHOULDER, HIGHWAY DRIVERS PROCEED WITH CAUTION)
Left on to FS ROAD 5S06…Pass gate and start climbing 2.6 27.39
Oak stand, Halfway Springs….KEEP A CLIMBIN’ 2.9 30.29
Stay LEFT on main road 1.5 31.79
STAY STRAIGHT 0.6 32.39
pass through gate….STAY RIGHT on 5S06 0.2 32.59
veer RIGHT 0.6 33.19
bear LEFT toward asphalt…follow main road to town (TOLLGATE) 0.3 33.49
HWY 243 turn LEFT toward IDYLLWILD 1.9 35.39
RIGHT on Saunders Meadow road toward Astrocamp 0.1 35.49
RESUPPLY OPPORTUNITY head to town, rejoin route in same place
passing PINE st. on left, Saunders Meadow road curves right. 0.9 36.39
LEFT on Cowbell Alley 0.3 36.69
pavement turns to dirt. Take IMMEDIATE singletrack on LEFT (Summit Trail) 0.4 36.89
Arrive at May Valley road summit/saddle. Descend 1 grade down May Valley road.
RIGHT on Log Pile Trail singletrack. (look for landing in S TURN) 0.6 38.29
STAY RIGHT 0.6 38.89
LEFT merger on to Lower South Ridge Trail. 0.4 39.29
RIGHT onto May Valley road 0.3 39.59
RIGHT onto double track. Immediate RIGHT on to Bonita Vista trail 0.1 39.69
Roman Highway 1.2 40.89
QUICK LEFT and IMMEDIATE RIGHT on to Meadow Trail 0.2 41.09
Left on to May Valley Road 0.5 41.59
RIGHT at Oak Tree.. Then LEFT on to Coffee Pot Trail 0.3 41.89
200 yards… INTERSECTION stay LEFT do not go down Exfoliator 0.1 41.99
IF YOU ARE DESCENDING you are WRONG!!
Right on to Bonita Vista Rd 0.7 42.69
Stay on road past trails 0.5 43.19
Stay on road past trails 0.1 43.29
STREAM CROSSING  Hurkey Creek 0.2 43.49
RIGHT on to SINGLETRACK 100yards past creek crossing (Missing Link Trail) 0.1 43.59
trail splits left or right… take your pick 1.1 44.69
LEFT on to 24 hour course. Rage Through the Sage. Have FUN! 0.4 45.09
YELLOW POST SITE #3   FIRST LOOP COMPLETE 2 47.09
TOTAL 47.09

Loop 2 Cues

LOOP #2
SPLIT TOTAL
0
Apple Canyon road 0.17 0.17
LEFT on HWY 74 (view of Garner Valley) 0.9 1.07
Optional RESUPPLY Lake Hemet Market 0.58 1.65
COWPIE Spring on RIGHT immediately after 3rd bridge 0.56 2.21
RIGHT 6S13 then immediate LEFT through gate on to “Powerline Trail” (Close gate behind you) 0.48 2.69
STRAIGHT as road goes right 1.4 4.09
pass behind Caltrans storage yard
S-BEND in road LEFT TURN inside bend (user made singletrack descent to HWY) 0.4 4.49
Descend through meadow toward highway 0.2 4.69
Proceed through gate across HIGHWAY to Fobes Ranch rd
Climb. UP. Fobes Ranch road
CROSS cattleguard… bear RIGHT toward gate. Start Wagon Wheel doubletrack 2.2 6.89
RIGHT turn on to Morris Creek trail. Very rough trail 1.73 8.62
ENTER SMALL WASH…STAY RIGHT..TRAIL ON THE WEST SIDE OF THE WASH 0.31 8.93
CROSSING SMALL WASH….NOW ON THE EAST SIDE OF THE WASH 0.17 9.1
Indian Rock on right… arch site 0.31 9.41
Forest Service gate… the gnar continues 0.24 9.65
MERGE on to double track 0.4 10.05
STAY LEFT……tee onto other doubletrack 0.32 10.37
STAY LEFT……tee onto other doubletrack 0.22 10.59
Go through gate 0.18 10.77
RIGHT on to Morris Ranch raod 1.5 12.27
LEFT ONTO HWY 74 0.3 12.57
RIGHT on FS 6S13 TOWARDS THOMAS MTN (PYRAMID PEAK ROAD) 1 13.57
LEFT on Hop Patch Spring Road 0.3 13.87
PAVEMENT ENDS follow signs to Thomas Mtn 0.9 14.77
Speed of Light Reflector on left. Anza Valley view below 1.2 15.97
cattleguard 2.6 18.57
FS  Campground. Pit toilets here 1.8 20.37
RIGHT at pit toilets. DESCEND doubletrack
road ENDS at Tool Box Spring (unreliable water) 0.3 20.67
Continue between rocks at end of road. Start Ramona Trail singletrack
FOLLOW main trail.
RAMONA TRAIL SIGN…stay STRAIGHT and GIDDY UP. 0.1 20.77
LEFT on to POWERLINE trail. 100 yards BEFORE trailhead. DO NOT ride HIGHWAY 3.6 24.37
Go through gate (close behind you) proceed to HWY 74 West 3 27.37
Cowpie Spring, Lake Hemet Market on RIGHT.
RIGHT Apple Canyon Road 1.62 28.99
LEFT at Yellow Post marker 0.9 29.89
SIGN TIME LOG….eat, drink, and be merry! 0.17 30.06
TOTAL 30.06

First Loop Garmin Track

Guy Sutton was gracious enough to share this with us. 

Check this link for Loop 1 info.

Besides bearing evidence of Guy’s superhuman badassery, this link can help provide you with some more course insight*, including a GPS’d route of the tricker singletrack sections in May Valley.
Use it for good, not evil.

*note: this track shows some minor detours, such as an optional jaunt into Idyllwild for refreshment. As a reminder, detours to public places are fair game, but you’ll have to ride every bit of the Enduro route to complete it. ie, go to the grocery store and rejoin the route at the same intersection you departed from.

Dig?