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Day Ranch Trail

Easy/Intermediate

Trail

1.8 mile 2.8 kilometer point to point
Singletrack
Easy/Intermediate

Elevation

Ascent: 393' 120 m
Descent: -12' -4 m
High: 3,061' 933 m
Low: 2,681' 817 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 4% (3°)
Max Grade: 13% (8°)

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Trail shared by Craig Collins

An easy river trail segment of the Weaverville Basin Trail System.

Craig Collins

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Family Friendly Cool temperatures in the summer, wildflowers, easy access to the creek for wading and more!

Description

This is a moderately sloping singletrack trail. It's easy in either direction. It's on the north side of the hill so it holds snow and ice in the winter months.

The trail begins (if you are riding up to the pole bridge) at trail post marker #29. Trail post marker #29 is the 4-way junction of Day Ranch Trail, East Weaver Creek Trail, and Rainbow Hansen Trail.

This trail is part of a great loop beginning at East Weaver Campground. Ascend on the East Weaver Creek Trail to the pole bridge, descend Day Ranch Trail, and return to the campground on the East Weaver Creek Trail. Fun for the whole family!

The trail is cool in the summer, has lots of wildflowers April to July, and provides easy access to the creek.

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