Old 01-14-19, 01:14 PM
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I would download MTB Project and look for stuff around Escondido, Julian, etc. So Cal is usually sunny and dry, even during most of the winter. But this year, we are getting steady rain for a lot of January. I don't know what they are saying about February with El Nino modeling into the forecast, but I'm sure it can be found with a little digging.
Not only would this mean less than ideal trail conditions, it means a lot of stuff can be closed to prevent erosion.
If the trail is part of the CA State Park system, they usually post the trail status on their pages. https://www.parks.ca.gov/

There are tons around San Diego and Orange County if you don't mind not being remote. There are a lot of coastal trails that are breathtaking as far as scenery goes.
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