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Glacier

 2.7 (3)

2.7 Miles 4.4 Kilometers


Singletrack

192' 58 m

Ascent

-287' -88 m

Descent

3%

Avg Grade (2°)

13%

Max Grade (7°)

1,579' 481 m

High

1,447' 441 m

Low

Conditions


Minor Issues 28 days ago
Dry, Fallen Trees - A few downed trees. Two required a dismount. Don't stop at the third one about 2/3 the way through as I believe there is a wasps nest. I got stung thrice but it gave me the adrenaline boost I needed. Carry your epi-pen if you require it. History

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Variety and scenic views are plentiful on the Glacier Trail.

Leslie Kehmeier

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Description

The Glacier Trail is an easier trail with long sections of non-technical riding.

It offers another shorter loop with Rock Lake trail and connects with the Patsy Lake trail.

It begins as an easier singletrack at marker N8 on the Rock Lake trail. When you reach marker N10 on Rock Lake Road), Glacier follows an active (as of 2018) logging road and the trail is kind of a mess. I would suggest to take the Glacier Singletrack Alternative just a short distance to the south along Rock Lake Road. Either will take you to marker N11.

At marker N11, it's more easy singletrack to N12 and then a grassy doubletrack N13 on Patsy Lake trail.

Glacier is easier than Rock Lake Trail but the terrain is similar with lots of small lakes, dense forest, and swarms of mosquitoes.

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  2.7 from 3 votes

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