Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) users will find many opportunities for off-highway enjoyment in the Sierra National Forest. Two are listed below.
A fairly complete listing of trails is available on this Shaver Lake Times website right here
. You end up on the Things to Do link. Pick the one for Off Road Vehicle Treks.
Brewer OHV Route: Just above Shaver Lake is the Brewer OHV route, classified as easiest. This trail is great for beginners or those looking to test a new vehicle. The route is 3.5 miles long and takes about 1 hour to drive.
Take Hwy 168 east from Shaver Lake to the Tamarack Sno Park Area. Turn east on Road 9S69 and travel approximately 3 miles, then turn left on Road 9S69. Continue on Road 9S69 for 2 miles until you reach Road 9S10 on your right. Follow Road 9S10 for 1.5 miles to you get to a gate and bulletin board.
Bald Mountain: This popular OHV route is the only route on the district that is open year-