Bear Valley Springs Association

Trail System

The jewel of Bear Valley Springs is the 55+ mile trail system, which has trails of varying difficulty from flat open meadows to very technical high mountain terrain.

See a Trail Concern as you are riding or hiking? Let the Trail Crew know!
Please text the Trial Crew at 661-866-5892 with the location and a photo of the trail concern.

Upcoming Trail Crew Work Days - Monday, September 26th at 7am. Meet at the Equestrian Center. See Home Page for Details.

Updates from the Trail Crew

9/19 - Road to High Country Park has been cleared. See home page for photos.
9/1-Trees have been cleared in Upper Sycamore Canyon and weeds have been cleared on the trail near the the road at Water Canyon Campground. See home page for photos.
8/12 - As a follow up to last week's post - Beason Stage Stop on the Oak Canyon Trail is OPEN!
8/11 - High Country Trail from Jacaranda to Stirrup is OPEN
Yesterday marked a tremendous change in the direction for the Trail Crew team! We were field testing professional grade electric battery powered equipment, mitigating the risks associated with transporting fuel on our trails.  Please hike and trail ride your High Country Trail!

8/5/22 - Beasom Stage Stop on Oak Canyon Trail is OPEN. We removed dead branches to improve the safety for hikers and trail riders. Additional trail maintenance will be completed early next week.

The BVS Trail Committee is seeking volunteers to help maintain our trails. If you are interested please email bvstrailscouts@gmail.com.  Trail Scouts will have a variety of activities to choose from like raking, pruning, weed whacking, shoveling or just hiking and reporting trail conditions. In order to help with trail maintenance the BVSA requires each Trail Scout to sign a Release of Liability form and bring a copy of your current Home Owners Insurance declaration page to the BVS Association Office.  Looking forward to hearing from you, Happy Trails!

Download and Print Trail Map

  • Horses have the right of way on trails.
  • Bicycles or other wheeled conveyances are prohibited on horse trails.
  • Dogs must be on leash.
  • Guests with horses must visit the Equestrian Center with a member prior to riding to fill out a Release of Liability and pay applicable guest fees before entering the trails.