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Lower Willow Creek Trail (#400)

Extremely Difficult

Trail

4.0 mile 6.4 kilometer point to point
Singletrack
Extremely Difficult

Elevation

Ascent: 2' 1 m
Descent: -304' -93 m
High: 3,690' 1,125 m
Low: 3,386' 1,032 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 1% (1°)
Max Grade: 3% (2°)

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Trail shared by Chris Wandervans

A crazy and wet descent! Numerous sandy spots later in the year, making it difficult to ride.

Chris Wandervans

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Closed during winter months from November to March.

Description

This trail is part of the motorized trail system in the Danskins.

This is the second half of Upper Willow Creek Trail (#400). You'll descend Willow Creek for a long time until you come to the junction with the Willow Creek Trailhead. The trail is a narrow motorcycle trail with whoops and berms and some deep water crossings in the springtime. It has some short ups, and can be loose in the fall, but it's a great way to descend Willow Creek.

In summer and fall the loose sand, numerous creek crossings make it mostly unridable unless you like to push your bike.

There is a waterproof map for the area named "Danskins OHV" that can be bought at most motorcycle shops or area forest service offices.

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