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Loose Lucy

Intermediate/Difficult

Trail

1.4 mile 2.3 kilometer point to point
Singletrack
Intermediate/Difficult

Elevation

Ascent: 658' 201 m
Descent: -13' -4 m
High: 881' 268 m
Low: 235' 72 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 9% (5°)
Max Grade: 25% (14°)

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Trail shared by Brock Warner

Climb through Native American heritage sites.

Brock Warner

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The first quarter or third mile of the trail is closed seasonally, between February 1 and July 15.

Description

This trail begins directly off of the road. A gate marks the trailhead, along with a small information kiosk. There isn't any space to park legally, so you'll likely be riding to this location.

The first quarter mile or so of this trail is closed seasonally, between February 1 and July 15. This means you'll likely only be riding the upper section, which connects with Shoestring and Hidden Canyon.

A short section of this trail goes through important Native American heritage sites, the "Indian Pits." Be sure to be respectful of the significance of this area when passing through.

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Dec 4, 2018
Andrew Hairybutt
Jul 9, 2017
Wacek Godycki
we went up it. Lots of poison oak, we missed the turn left to hidden canyon so ended up all the way on shoestring. I didn't even notice the turn off.
Apr 30, 2017
Richard Fitzgerald
lots of oak, otherwise great conditions

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  4.5 from 4 votes

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#5193

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  4.5 from 4 votes
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#95

in Washington

#5,193

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Loose Lucy is simple and wonderful. Sadly, not much of the trail is like this though.
Mar 29, 2017 near White S…, WA

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