I used to take my mini truck out there, so whatever works.
Hey climbit, are you a rock climber? Ever go to the santee boulders?
all the time. Haven't been in a while; pretty much climbed that place out. now that the weather is cool enough I'm sure Ill be heading out there in the afternoons again. makes for a good place to train that's not in a gym.
If you get up past clairemont on the 15, there's a small area for offroading slightly to the west of the freeway there. Search for "airstrip" or "airport" and you'll find directions. If you don't want to drive very far, its a good idea. Otherwise, check out jamul; you can always find trails(try proctor valley)
Where is this exactly? Does Clairemont extend to the 15?
take the 94 east out of rancho san diego. once you get into Jamul, turn right on Proctor Valley Road. take that all the way until it becomes dirt.
right before it becomes dirt turn right onto another dirt road. take that road around. since its raining there will be some mud and deep ruts to play in. if you take that road around there are some hills to climb and a few rocks.
if you follow a side road that heads toward the mountain there is a pretty steep trail that leads up and over.
I believe the Buckman Springs exit takes you to Corral Canyon. Some places out there require OHV certification so be careful. Check out Alva Ln. in Crest. Its marked as a street on google maps but its a sweet trail.