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Up Chuck

 3 votes

Length

1.5 Miles 2.4 Kilometers


Singletrack

Elevation

327' 100 m

Ascent

-14' -4 m

Descent

4%

Avg Grade (2°)

14%

Max Grade (8°)

2,273' 693 m

High

1,960' 597 m

Low

Conditions


Minor Issues 13 days ago
Muddy: The dips are now puddles, dragging water into the ruts. We need to put in drainage. History

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A single and doubletrack climb along the eastern border of Sekani.

Eric Ashley

Overview

The trails on Beacon Hill and Camp Sekani utilize areas of public and private property. Respect boundaries and stay on the trails so that these locations continue to be great areas to bike in Spokane.

Description

Follow the gravel road from the parking lot, and make a right immediately after the gate. Up Chuck climbs along the edges of Camp Sekani using a mix of single and doubletrack trails.

This trail is primarily used as a climbing trail - the berms provide nice support for climbing and descending. The trail can be a little confusing as it moves from one trail type to the other. You'll want to stay beneath the dirt jumps, and stay to the left above the skills park. The trail ends next to the base of the Rushmore feature.

Up Chuck provides the best route to the top of Sekani, but riders could also use the access road that leaves from the dirt jumps.

The bottom half of Camp Sekani is also home to a disc golf course, so keep an eye out.

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#336

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Restrooms are now available at camp sekani. Jun 23, 2016

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