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easy to access, and since it is next to Red Rock Cyn State park, in on BLM land, and you can camp for free with your horse if you have a system of confine- ment, or Hi-Tie.


Corey Hallmark, Simi Valley We have so many wonderful


places to ride in California but I will say, one of my favorite places to ride is the Hansen Dam area. I grew up in Shadow Hills and rode almost daily. It is still a great place to go, miles and miles of trails, flat and hills, lots of water crossings, plenty of shady areas, great views. You feel like you’re far away but it’s in the city so you’re close to any necessities. The only drawback is the home- less. I truly wish they could be removed and the area cleaned up. Fortunately, there is enough area to not run into their camps very often. I still think it’s one of the most beautiful, and peaceful, places to ride. Corey Hallmark, Corral 22


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Pam Thomas, Leona Valley I love riding in Vasquez Rocks.


Any trail is lovely and interesting. My club, ETI Corral 138 has great organized rides and Trail Trails.


John Harrer, Bakersfield We love riding along the Kern


River, especially now that it is flowing. The scenery is great. The trails are nice. From anywhere in Bakersfield


the drive is only about 30 min- utes tops. We park and start at the Panorama Vista Preserve just off Manor St. The parking lot is big. From here we can ride along the north side of the river, then over to the south, if the river is low enough to cross, and make a loop. Another fun ride from the same starting point is out to Ethel’s Old Corral. It’s a 3-4 mile ride out along the river (you do need to cross the road at China Grade Loop). We stop for lunch and a beer (don’t worry, they have hitching posts and water for the horses), then ride back.


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