“Over four miles of continuous singletrack ripping through the trees and climbing the hills.
— Aaron Cholewa
Closed when trails are wet. Entry fee is $5/rider/day (payable at self-serve stations at campgrounds and trailheads)
Camping is available for a fee. Modern accommodations are also available. For more information, see the website here: whiterockconservancy.org/
Lost Creek Trail is one of the longest trails in the conservancy at about 4.5 miles without any intersections.
This trail is typically started from the north end (just past the 805 Cabin), by taking the Riverside Trail
to the end and climbing up the steep doubletrack road, Main Loop-Town Trail Access, behind and to the northwest of the historic 805 Cabin.
Lost Creek Trail is full of great, bench-cut trail taking you through the trees, making you feel one with the forest. There are several good climbs along the way and a couple of creek crossings.