Sourgrass Trail - also known as Pine Needle Trail Review
Head East on Highway 4 towards Dorrington. Just before town take a right turn at the sign for Boards Crossing, follow the road to the Stanislaus River and Boards Crossing parking lot just passed the bridge on the left. The trail starts in the parking on the right hand side.
Sourgrass trail offers a little something for everyone. The trail is rated Black Diamond by the US Forest Service. Most obstacles have multiple lines ranging from moderate to advanced. A few of the tougher obstacles have no bypasses helping this trail maintain a tough edge. One no-bypass obstacle, the stream crossing which is a mile and a half into the three mile trail sends most stock 4x4's back the way they came. Wet tires and a steep rocky climb out makes this obstacle exciting - if you can do it. Lifted 4x4's with good ground clearance and a stacked rock or two should get through Sourgrass without any problems. This trail is tight but full size rigs can make it through with careful driving. Chances of rocker panel dings and brush scratches are possible for all. The trail traverses along the Stanislaus River and is quite beautiful; it dead ends at great campsites with secluded fishing pools.
One way trail. Drive back the way you came.
Difficulty on a scale of 1 â 10:
Trail rated 5 if you stick to the toughest lines.
Approximately 3 miles.
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