California Aqueduct Bikeway

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When it was open, the California Aqueduct Bikeway was the longest of the paved paths in the Los Angeles area, at 107 miles (172 km) long from Quail Lake near Gorman through the desert to Silverwood Lake in the San Bernardino Mountains. This path was closed in 1988 due to bicyclist safety and liability issues. It is expected to remain closed indefinitely due to the continued liability issues and an increased focus on security, especially after the September 11, 2001 attacks.

Pumping stations

Phase I, Canal
  • Las Perillas Pumping Plant 35.843143°N 119.909055°W, Kings County
  • Badger Hill Pumping Plant 35.834680°N 119.942658°W, Kings County
Phase II, Pipeline and Tunnel
  • Devil’s Den Pumping Plant 35.711935°N 120.010958°W, Kern County
  • Bluestone Pumping Plant 35.707946°N 120.084429°W, Kern County
  • Polonio Pass Pumping Plant 35.731046°N 120.207682°W, San Luis Obispo County


  • Trail Measurement: 107 Miles
  • Compass Latitude: 37°46'09.4"N
  • Compass Longitude: 121°36'05.8"W
  • Numeric Latitude: 37.7692793
  • Numeric Longitude: -121.6016218
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