Kebler Wagon Trail 606

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6.1 Miles 9.8 Kilometers


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664' 202 m

Ascent

-585' -178 m

Descent

10,030' 3,057 m

High

9,452' 2,881 m

Low

4%

Avg Grade (2°)

13%

Max Grade (8°)

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A beginner trail that parallels Kebler pass road.

Adam Kagy

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Kebler Wagon Trail is fairly new and offers up singletrack just past Kebler pass. It's a nice alternative to riding the road especially when the road is dusty before the county has put mag chloride on it. With the new trail it also makes for a more enjoyable ride on Dyke Trail Loop if riding from town or riding the loop back up to Lake Irwin.

The trail starts just a bit over 3 miles outside of town off of Kebler Pass road. Look for a brown forest service sign that reads "Kebler Pass Wagon TR No. 606" and a trail that starts to switchback up the hill. After a short climb you'll be a bit above Kebler pass road and out of the traffic/dust the cars kick up. After another 3 miles the trail crosses the highway and continues briefly on a doubletrack before turning back into singletrack. After crossing a meadow you'll cross the highway once more and begin climbing up into a pine forest. The trail intersects once more with a doubletrack and the Lake Irwin road.

Follow the doubletrack to the west - if you get to lake Irwin road, you've gone too far. In a half mile on the doubletrack it will turn back into singletrack with a downhill that ends on Kebler pass road.

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