Paradise Royale Mt Bike Trail


768 Shelter Cove Road Whitethorn, CA 95589

40.080159, -124.057285
Take U.S. Hwy 101 to the Redway/Garberville exit. Follow signs to Shelter Cove/King Range NCA. Travel approximately 20 miles west from Redway, turn right onto King Peak Road (dirt road). Travel approximately 2 miles to Paradise Royale day-use trailhead. Please drive slowly on King Peak Road; the first 2 miles of road are along private property.
Fee Description:
no use fee

Paradise Royale Mt Bike Trail

The Paradise Royale trail system is an amazing way to experience the Lost Coast of Northern California. The trails have been designed and built for a mountain bike optimized experience. The Bureau of Land Management has been partnering with mountain biking advocates and clubs, to plan, develop, and construct an environmentally sustainable, challenging mountain bike trail system in the Paradise Ridge area of the King Range National Conservation Area. The King Range NCA's Douglas fir-covered peaks also attracts hikers, hunters, and campers, while the coast beckons to surfers, anglers, beachcombers, and many others. The system currently includes 23 miles of trails with varying levels of difficulty. Highlights include; diverse scenic vistas, backcountry settings, and developed bike park features. Visitors will marvel at the backcountry riding experiences that have been skillfully melded with modernized trail construction techniques, resulting in a truly unique ride experience. One of the Bureau of Land Management's "Backyard to Backcountry" treasures, information on the Paradise Royale Loop was developed between IMBA and the BLM King Range National Conservation Area to provide world-class riding experiences.

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