Just south of Huntington Lake, off
of Hwy 168, you will find the Red Mountain OHV routes.
There are several routes in the area
that lead to small lakes near or in theDinkey
Lakes Wilderness. They include
West Lake, Strawberry Lake, Red Mountain,
Coyote Lake, and Mirror Lake.
To get to the Red Mountain area, take
Hwy 168 east from Clovis towards Shaver
Lake. Continue 13 miles past Shaver
Lake and turn on the Road 8S10, Red Mountain
Follow the signs for 3 miles to the intersection
of Road 8S42, and then travel 2.5 miles
to reach the trailheads.
West and Strawberry Lakes: These
routes are classified as Easy routes
and will lead you to West and Strawberry
Lakes. The West Lake trail is 1 mile
long and the Strawberry Lake is 2.5 miles
Red, Mirror and Coyote Lakes:
Red Lake is classified as a More
Difficult route that is 2 miles
in length and takes 1 hour to drive.
This route accesses Red Lake just outside
of the Dinkey
Coyote Lake is classified as a Most
Difficult route that is 3.5
miles long and takes 2 hours to drive.
It provides access to Coyote Lake which
is located in the Dinkey Lakes Wilderness.
The shoreline of the lake from the
outlet westward to where the trail
first approaches the lake is the wilderness
boundary. Motorized equipment is not
permitted past this boundary.
Mirror Lake is classified as a Most
Difficult route which is 1.5
miles long and takes almost an hour
to drive. It provides access to Mirror
Lake. The route down to the lake is
a tough one!