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Lupine Lake Trail #210 (NRT)

Intermediate

Trail

4.2 mile 6.7 kilometer point to point
Singletrack
Intermediate

Elevation

Ascent: 1,435' 438 m
Descent: -390' -119 m
High: 5,896' 1,797 m
Low: 4,587' 1,398 m

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Avg Grade: 8% (5°)
Max Grade: 27% (15°)

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A fun out and back off the #310, or for a jump into Lupine Lake.

Bradley Lamson

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The #210 trail adds an 8-mile round trip if you drop in from the top at the Ashley Mtn. Trail #310. As the name might suggest, lupine flowers are abundant in the spring on this trail.

The bottom 3-miles or so offers fun singletrack that is 100% rideable down and then back up. I normally stop at Lupine Lake for a swim and at the bottom, if you walk up the canyon a bit, there is a nice waterfall.

The upper 1-mile of trail, however, is in very poor shape from lack of maintenance or design in addition to a large amount of motorcycle use. Some of it is rideable, but for the most part, it's a push. This section has deep troughs, can be quite "choosy," especially in the root sections.

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