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Dalles Ridge Trail #1173

 3.0 (1)

1.9 Miles 3.0 Kilometers


Singletrack

442' 135 m

Ascent

-79' -24 m

Descent

5%

Avg Grade (3°)

29%

Max Grade (16°)

5,737' 1,749 m

High

5,374' 1,638 m

Low

Shared By Eric Ashley

Conditions


Bad / Closed 30 days ago
Fallen Trees - Many downed trees from burn. History

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A pleasant connector providing access to Ranger Creek Trail or Noble Knob Trail.

Eric Ashley

Dogs Off-leash

Features -none-

The road to access the trailhead is seasonally open to vehicle traffic. Check the current status from the USFS by clicking here. Entrance and parking requires a Northwest Forest Pass.

Description

While not particularly noteworthy on its own, the Dalles Ridge Trail is a pleasant connector climbing right out of the trailhead.

The rocky start soon fades away to a smooth dirt trail with occasional roots and modestly punchier climbs. The intersection for the Ranger Creek Trail #1197 can be quickly reached. From there, the trail continues more gradually until a very steep climb near the end connects riders to the Noble Knob Trail #1184.

In the other direction, Dalles Ridge Trail starts with a couple of fast plummets on rowdy terrain. Pretty soon, it mellows out into a series of moderate climbs and descents that bring you to the intersection with the Ranger Creek Trail.

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Jun 15, 2018
Ben King
Many downed trees from fires. Not rideable. 0.8mi

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