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De Luz Road

Page Type: Trail

Location: California, United States, North America

Lat/Lon: 33.51149°N / 117.21777°W

Trail Type: Paved

County: Riverside

Technical Difficulty: Easy

Aerobic Difficulty: Easy

Layout: Point to Point

Elevation Gain: 320 ft / 98 m

Length: 5.0 Mi / 8.1 Km

Route Quality: 
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Page By: Woodzy

Created/Edited: Nov 1, 2008 / Apr 14, 2009

Object ID: 268532

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Mesa de Burro

De Luz Road is a nice paved road that most riders only ride about five miles of. Most people stop at (or begin around) Carancho Road and ride all the way down into Murrieta and end at Washington Avenue. Some people often ride the whole road, but that can be a little long.

Trail Description

Half of the road is paved with Asphalt and the other half is a maintained dirt road. From Carancho to Washington, the road is fairly flat and is winds in and out through dense oak tree laden landscape. Also, many nice estates are mixed in as well along the ride. When you reach Rancho California Road, De Luz Road turns into a dirt road. Follow this down into Murrieta.

Watch for cars and be safe!

Paved Section

Dirt Section
Not Paved

Getting There

From Temecula, follow Rancho California all the way to the end and you will reach De Luz Road. Pick a starting point and begin riding.

When to Bike

Year round. Summer is a little hot (unless you go in the moring). Spring and fall would be the best times to ride this area.


If you have any additional information or photos please contact me or add them to this page. Thanks!
De Luz Falls


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