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Lower Storm King

 4.0 (12)

3.7 Miles 6.0 Kilometers


Singletrack

610' 186 m

Ascent

-120' -37 m

Descent

4%

Avg Grade (2°)

8%

Max Grade (5°)

4,632' 1,412 m

High

4,056' 1,236 m

Low

Shared By Taber West

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All Clear 57 days ago
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This is the lower leg of the full Storm King Trail.

Taber West

Dogs Unknown

Features -none-

Description

This one begins at a parking area off a paved forest road and climbs at a fairly steady rate to the west. There are a few parallel paths at the beginning, and some decent jumps if descending the trail in reverse. The trail starts in the ponderosa pine as a wide and easy ride but gets a little more technical as it climbs. Near the top, the trail gets a bit narrower and the scrub brush increases before it descends to a 4-way intersection with Upper Storm King. From this point, you have several options to extend the ride, or even make a loop.

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  4.0 from 12 votes

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Len Pipes
Beaverton, OR
Len Pipes   Beaverton, OR
Way more fun going downhill (from the Funner/Tiddlywinks intersection back to road #41) with a couple of jump sections. I like the flow on this trail (downhill) although there aren't any full-blown "rollercoaster" sections (like on Tiddlywinks and Tyler's Traverse). I still put it up there with the best in the area. Jul 12, 2015

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