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Red Vole Trail

 4.0 (3)
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Length

0.6 Miles 1.0 Kilometers


Singletrack

Elevation

46' 14 m

Ascent

-185' -56 m

Descent

7%

Avg Grade (4°)

21%

Max Grade (12°)

1,582' 482 m

High

1,421' 433 m

Low

Conditions


All Clear 25 days ago
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A beautiful and fun trail through a conifer forest and sea of ferns.

Brock Warner

Overview

The singletrack trails in the Molalla Recreation Corridor are closed to bikes and horses when the trails are wet, and also between October 15 and April 15 every year. The doubletrack is open year-round. Singletrack trails are marked as "Seasonal" on signs.
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This trail starts at the junction with the Rim Trail and Bobcat Trail. It very quickly starts a fun and winding descent through a very open conifer forest, blanketed with a thick layer of ferns. A few rocky sections with roots spice up what is an otherwise smooth and fast trail.

At the bottom, it runs back into the Bobcat Trail, which links up with the Huckleberry Trail to go back to the trailhead. Alternatively, going straight starts the Squirrel Creek Trail, which is even more fun than this trail.

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Jul 6, 2017
Noob Insight
Lots of fallen trees, branches, and horse shit
Aug 30, 2016
Brock Warner

Trail Ratings

  4.0 from 3 votes

#6288

Overall
  4.0 from 3 votes
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Rankings

#185

in Oregon

#6,288

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7/1/2017 - Full of fallen trees/branches throughout the trail. There's one tree that completely blocks the trail and you'll need to pick up your bike and climb over the tree. Jul 6, 2017

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