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West Side Road

Intermediate

Trail

7.1 mile 11.5 kilometer point to point
Doubletrack
Intermediate

Elevation

Ascent: 1,499' 457 m
Descent: -1,114' -340 m
High: 1,826' 556 m
Low: 755' 230 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 7% (4°)
Max Grade: 19% (11°)

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Trail shared by Anthony Harasimowicz

A smooth gravel road section that takes you to the Iverson Railroad Trail and beyond.

Anthony Harasimowicz

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Description

The West Side Road (Rd 1000) makes a nice added loop with the Iverson Railroad Trail or can take you further west out to scenic Poo Poo Point. The road is accessed from the lower or upper parking areas by passing the gate just south of the upper parking area access road.

Access the west end of the Iverson Railroad Trail at 1.5 miles or continue for several more miles all the way to Poo Poo Point. The road twists and turns as it travels northwest and has a few climbs including the final ascent up to the overlook. This far section of road is less traveled than the more popular routes on Tiger Mountain and gives you a nice climbing workout that can be ridden through the winter.

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Dec 9, 2017
Danila Popov
great ride, pretty quite and nice decent. got a flat at the bottom by the river, had to push the bike back up - forgot a pump 5.2mi
Mar 29, 2015
Lee Coutermarsh

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#415

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Snow capped Poo Poo Point on 12/11/16
Dec 12, 2016 near Mirrormont, WA

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