It’s no walk in the park, to be sure, but the rewards for your efforts include a sighting of the largest wooden trestle bridge on the planet, a true test of your physical and mental mettle, and a captivating desert environment in which you expect to see John Wayne (or at least Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid) at every turn in the stark, undulating terrain. Once you start lightly descending into another canyon, you're not far. The Goat Canyon Trestle hiking trail is one that invokes the spirit of the true adventurer, cutting across Anza-Borrego Desert State Park’s more barren stretches before plunging down a steep canyon wall into what seems to be another century. Southern California’s Goat Canyon Trestle Trail may just be the answer. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. You’re in the right place! more detail about the trail at several waypoints. Requires four-wheel drive to get to the trailhead. The trail takes you toward that opening, where you'll eventually see the Goat Canyon Trestle. The trailhead is officially marked and is located at the end of a 6.7 mile jeep trail coursing along Mortero Wash. // -->