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Devil's Spur

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2.8 Miles 4.5 Kilometers


Singletrack

691' 211 m

Ascent

-91' -28 m

Descent

4,878' 1,487 m

High

4,278' 1,304 m

Low

5%

Avg Grade (3°)

17%

Max Grade (10°)

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A short trail that makes getting to the Devil's Gulch trailhead easier.

Nate Woodward

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The trailhead is located on the Mission Ridge road at the last switchback before you get to the ski area. The large 'sand rock' is the obvious landmark with a large paved pullout. This is a good alternative parking spot for accessing the Devils Gulch trailhead without driving up a long dirt road and no need for a parking permit.

The trail has some rather rocky sections that require some hike-a-bike for most mere mortals. Descending on this trail can be a fun rocky challenge. Not really a destination trail as a way for getting to the Devils Gulch trailhead without having to drive up the Beehive road. A good ride is to combine this trail and the top section of the Devils Gulch trail to where Devils Gulch and Mission Ridge trails intersect.

The forest service publishes a very high quality map for the entire area - just search for Devils Gulch trail map.

Note: There is a rather exposed sandy section that can be a little intimidating. It is not so steep that if you slid off the trail you'd go very far but be aware of this section if you've never ridden it before.

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