Siouxon/Huffman Peak Loop

 
 5 votes

22.0 Miles 35.4 Kilometers


Singletrack

5,717' 1,743 m

Ascent

-5,703' -1,738 m

Descent

4,083' 1,244 m

High

994' 303 m

Low

10%

Avg Grade (6°)

54%

Max Grade (28°)

Unknown

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Flowy singletrack with beautiful waterfalls followed by a brutally hard climb and incredible vistas.

Paul Vasko

Overview

Generally not available Nov-May due to snow.
Dogs: Off-leash

Description

The ride starts the upper Siouxon Trailhead just past the hairpin off road 5701. At 1.2 miles, you'll see the Huffman Peak trail come in from the left that you'll return on, but continue straight on Siouxon Trail. At 3.2 miles, you'll come to the official Siouxon Trailhead where all the hikers start from. If you're going to see any hikers its going to be in the next 4.2 miles so use caution and be very courteous.

At 7.4 miles, there is a bridge to the left that crosses Siouxon Creek. Take the bridge/trail (Trail 130A) to the left. After a quarter mile, the trail drops down to the creek at Chinook Falls. There is a log you can cross on that takes you directly to the trail on the other side.

Continue past the creek a quarter mile to a trail intersection at mile 7.9. Make a sharp right at the trail intersection to stay on Trail 130A. This is where the climbing begins. At mile 11, you intersect with road 6403. Take a left on the road and it almost immediately turns back into trail and begins climbing towards Siouxon Peak.

Once youve reached Siouxon Peak at mile 13.3, the trail is mostly downhill until you get to Siouxon Creek. It drops 3,000 over the next 7 miles. The first trail you get to is Wildcat Trail that goes to the left at around mile 14.5. Do not take this as it will take you back down close to Chinook falls. The next trail intersection you get to is at mile 16.1 and you want to go left to stay on the Huffman Peak Trail. Take that about 4 miles downhill until you get to Siouxon Creek.

Cross the creek to the trail on the other side. Take the trail about up 0.3 mile to Siouxon Creek trail. Take a right and its just a hard 1.2 miles back to the finish.

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Aug 26, 2016
Ryan Stewart
Jun 26, 2016
David Stephenson
Bring your climbing (and hiking) legs. Unless you're a complete monster, plan on bit of hiking. Awesome ride either way. — 5h 30m
Oct 2, 2015
chris streight
Trail was in very good shape. A lot of recent clearing of downed logs. Some of the ups are crazy steep. Bring your climbing legs & low gears. — 5h 18m

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11/28/15 Trail Report: Tread was in great shape, no mud and only a few down trees. Awesome trail that has beautiful views around every corner. Highly recommend this trail even if the drive there is not so great. Get out there and ride this trail before the snow comes! Nov 29, 2015

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