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North Fork Walla Walla

 4.0 (3)

9.7 Miles 15.6 Kilometers


Singletrack

2,739' 835 m

Ascent

-1,268' -386 m

Descent

8%

Avg Grade (4°)

33%

Max Grade (19°)

5,292' 1,613 m

High

2,815' 858 m

Low

Shared By Leslie Kehmeier

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All Clear 12 days ago
Some Mud - A bit hard to see the trail in a couple places due to tall plants/leaves, but otherwise beautiful! History

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Climb through old growth forests to descend sweet singletrack.

Leslie Kehmeier

Dogs Unknown

Features eMTB allowed

Description

The North Fork Walla Walla trail has some steep and consistent, climbable singletrack that will reward you with connections to some of the best flowing downhill trails you'll find anywhere.

Starting at Cub Saddle, the route drops into a fun descent to a bridge crossing the north fork of the Walla Walla River. From there, the trail becomes doubletrack for a while as it climbs up the river drainage. After heading through an encampment, the trail gets back to singletrack as it continues along the river, crossing it a few times before topping out on a road.

For a loop option and some descending on sweet singletrack, head over to Table Springs/Bear Creek.

Trail originally featured at LaGrandeRide.com.

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Jul 8, 2018
Danielle Eberhardt
North Fork trailhead to Bear Creek Trail, to Harris Park. 15.3mi

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  4.0 from 3 votes

#2

in Tollgate

#6189

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#2

in Tollgate

#177

in Oregon

#6,189

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Write-up here is plagiarized from LaGrandeRide.com May 18, 2017

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