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|County: Kern||City: Frazier Park||Property: Public||Permission: Yes|
|Designated Sledding Area: No||Turf: Dirt||Texture: Smooth||Crowds: Large|
|Slope: ~25 degrees||Length: ~100-200 ft.||Easily Accessible: Yes||Nearby Parking: No (see comments)|
|Hazards/Obstructions: None||Video: (via YouTube)||Photo: None||Submitted By: Peter Bogandoff, 2-6-2008|
Directions: In the Frazier Park area there are
several sledding areas, including the National Forest areas around the
town of Frazier Park, on Frazier Mountain Road west of town, and on
the road up to Mt. Pinos.
Comments: Parking availability varies. Saturdays are the busiest--in peak times just after a snow, when road shoulders are full of snow, the Highway Patrol may not allow more people into the area, there's just no parking. So it's best to come early in the day in that circumstance. Other days and days not just after a large snowfall it's usually OK.
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and/or injury or death of any person(s) on any hills listed on this website. Go sled riding at your own risk."