Baja Divide Access Dispute (after Rancho Meling) | Warning

Mexico

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Access dispute in Rancho area after Meling. The trail groups are looking at a formal detour. Physical altercations have been reported between the land owner and riders, with chases. To avoid access issues, my detour is over public routes/lands.

Head west down the paved highway from here and pass through La Providentia down to the coastal dirt road. This road can be followed along the coast and then directly east up to Camalu, where the highway then has a shoulder all the way to Vincente Guerrero.

FASS Bike and the Baja Divide Facebook group will have the latest information.

I was sent back to a very hard detour from El Coyote, which passed over private land and was very rugged. Hence the listing to help riders avoid this. Wild/stealth camping is limited near the paved roads, but the coastal area has lots of options.

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Access dispute in Rancho area after Meling. The trail groups are looking at a formal detour. Physical altercations have been reported between the land owner and riders, with chases. To avoid access issues, my detour is over public routes/lands.

Head west down the paved highway from here and pass through La Providentia down to the coastal dirt road. This road can be followed along the coast and then directly east up to Camalu, where the highway then has a shoulder all the way to Vincente Guerrero.

FASS Bike and the Baja Divide Facebook group will have the latest information.

I was sent back to a very hard detour from El Coyote, which passed over private land and was very rugged. Hence the listing to help riders avoid this. Wild/stealth camping is limited near the paved roads, but the coastal area has lots of options.

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