West Side Cow Camp

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2.5 Miles 4.0 Kilometers


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548' 167 m

Ascent

-15' -5 m

Descent

9,505' 2,897 m

High

8,972' 2,735 m

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4%

Avg Grade (2°)

9%

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Primary doubletrack connecting to Beckwith Pass Trail 842

Adam Kagy

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West Side Cow Camp is usually ridden in conjunction with Beckwith Pass Trail 842 and Cliff Creek trail as a loop ride. This seldom ridden doubletrack can be overgrown at times, but is also the best way to ride up to Beckwith Pass Trail 842.

Approximately 2.4 miles west of the Cliff Creek trailhead on Kebler Pass Road is where West Side Cow Camp starts. There are three roads off of Kebler pass that all start close to each other. Look for the road that is furthest east and seems to climb back to the South East. After following this doubletrack for a while uphill, it will eventually seem like it turns into and overgrown doubletrack or a primitive singletrack. Keep following the obvious path for about 2.5 miles and it will come to a T intersection with Beckwith Pass Trail 842, there will also be a forest service sign at this intersection.

It might help to have a GPX track loaded into a GPS or use the MTB Project MTB Project mobile app if you're unsure about the path that the trail takes in the event that it's very overgrown.

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