Faye-Luther Trail System

Bureau of Land Management, California.

This trail system contains approximately 9 miles of loop and connector trails, with two trailheads at Fay-Luther and Jobs Peak. Because this trail system is both mixed use between pedestrian hikers and mountain bikers as well as close to various private landowners, it is vital to stay on designated trails out of respect for fellow users and neighbors. Similarly, while dogs are welcome throughout the trail system, they must be leashed out of consideration for the private property and to reduce stress on local deer populations during the winter season.

Nearby Activities


From the intersection of Hwy 395 and Hwy 88 in Minden, drive south on Hwy 88 for approximately 6.5 miles. Turn right on Fairview Lane and drive 1.7 miles (Fairview Lane becomes Foothill Road). The signed Fay-Luther Trailhead is on the west side of the road with the Jobs Peak Ranch Trailhead 2 miles further. If you are coming from the base of Kingsbury Grade at the 4-way stop with Foothill Road, go south on Foothill Road for 2.5 miles to the signed Jobs Peak Ranch Trailhead on the west side of the road. The Fay-Luther Trailhead is 2 miles further.