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Trail 110

Intermediate

Trail

3.7 mile 6.0 kilometer point to point
Singletrack
Intermediate

Elevation

Ascent: 31' 10 m
Descent: -1,704' -520 m
High: 4,917' 1,499 m
Low: 3,244' 989 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 9% (5°)
Max Grade: 37% (20°)

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Trail shared by Eric Ashley

A great singletrack start leading into fast doubletrack.

Eric Ashley

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Mount Spokane State Park requires the use of a Discover Pass for every vehicle that enters the park.

Description

A great little trail that makes a fantastic warmup run for the day.

Trail 110 starts out with a nice moderate grade flanked closely by brush on either side. Up next is a short a short tight section before crossing the Lower Kit Carson Loop Road. Visibility around corners can be limited especially at the beginning, so be wary for other trail users.

Cross the Lower KC Loop Road and you'll find yourself soaring down a gravel/dirt road (locally know as the Super Highway). Toward the finish of this road it makes a couple of unexpected elevation changes which may catch you missed geared for the optimum climb.

Trail 110 concludes in a final section of tight singletrack that winds down to the parking area and pit toilet below. Unexpectedly, there are server rubber flaps installed by the Park to divert water. They look solid, but fortunately they are pliable.

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Aug 26, 2017
Jimmmy Nimby

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  4.0 from 4 votes

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#186

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#8,088

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Climbing up 110.
Aug 11, 2018 near Otis Or…, WA
Early season ride at Mt. Spokane.
Jun 12, 2014 near Otis Or…, WA
Junction of Trail 100 and 110.
Jun 27, 2016 near Otis Or…, WA

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