Devils Gulch

 4 votes

12.6 Miles 20.3 Kilometers

Singletrack

381' 116 m

Ascent

-3,540' -1,079 m

Descent

4,918' 1,499 m

High

1,723' 525 m

Low

6%

Avg Grade (3°)

29%

Max Grade (16°)

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4,918' 1,499 m

High

1,723' 525 m

Low

6%

Avg Grade (3°)

29%

Max Grade (16°)

One of Wenatchee's finest, Devils Gulch Trail is a long, fast, and smooth roller coaster descent.

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Hikers, equestrians, and motorcycles are also allowed on the trail, so be alert on the downhill romp for other users. Advanced riders will actually climb up Devils Gulch Trail to then return down Mission Ridge Trail for an all-singletrack ride.
After climbing up FS-7100 to FS-9712 (or shuttling), the start of the singletrack for Devils Gulch Trail #1220 climbs a few hundred feet before beginning the downhill onslaught. The smooth trail starts off fast with a few ups and downs before flattening out. After crossing Mission Ridge Trail, you'll negotiate a series of tight, technical switchbacks as you work your way down to Mission Creek.

The balance of the downhill runs along the creek and darts back and forth a few times with some rocky dips down to the water. As you blast down the remaining miles of the descent the trail turns northeast. The final stretch can be a bit overgrown and leads over a small bridge and back to the lower trail access point and parking area.

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