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Trail 100

Intermediate

Trail

3.3 mile 5.3 kilometer point to point
Singletrack
Intermediate

Elevation

Ascent: 495' 151 m
Descent: -896' -273 m
High: 4,640' 1,414 m
Low: 3,930' 1,198 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 8% (5°)
Max Grade: 26% (15°)

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Trail shared by Sean Sweeney

A shady connector trail from the snowmobile parking area to Trail 110 and on to Smith Gap.

Sean Sweeney

Electric Mountain Bikes Unknown

Features -none-

Mount Spokane State Park requires the use of a Discover Pass for every vehicle that enters the park.

Description

After an initial climb, this trail has a steady downhill grade from the snowmobile parking lot to Trail 110 just above the Lower KC loop parking lot. It is strongly recommended to ride the trail east to west, as the steep grade and numerous roots render most of the climbing to hike-a-bike, particularly on the bottom end.

From Trail 110, the trail is rolling with a few small ascents and an overall climb up to its end point at Trail 140 at Smith Gap.

Overall, this is a pleasant trail through the woods on mostly-duffy singletrack and old doubletrack. There are numerous rocky sections riddled with roots.

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Family Friendly, ADA Accessible, Need to Know, Dogs Allowed, Features, Electic Mountain Bikes Allowed

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Junction of Trail 100 and 110.
Jun 27, 2016 near Otis Or…, WA

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