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Cranberry Ridge Loop

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Length

14.0 Miles 22.6 Kilometers


50%

Singletrack

Elevation

1,504' 458 m

Ascent

-1,504' -458 m

Descent

4%

Avg Grade (2°)

18%

Max Grade (10°)

3,106' 947 m

High

2,433' 742 m

Low

Conditions


Bad / Closed 67 days ago
Muddy, Snowy, Icy: Trail buried in several inches of snow. Forest Road 1 very muddy. Roads listed in loop are still covered in slush. History

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A fun ride rom Bishop Knob campground down toward the river on singletrack, then back up on gravel roads.

Steve Jones

Overview

This is a fun loop ride from Bishop Knob campground. It uses singletrack down near the Cranberry River then returns on a moderate climb on gravel road.
Features: -none-
Family Friendly: Non-technical singletrack.
Dogs: Off-leash

Need to Know

Quiet campground with bathrooms.

Description

Begin at Bishop Knob campground or the parking area just before the gate to the campground. Go back out to 101 (Mills Mtn Rd), turn left, then left again on Coe Road (FSR #81). Look for the Cranberry Ridge Trailhead on your left. Follow the Cranberry Ridge Trail #223 singletrack across, up, and down several ridges with short climbs and twisting, short downhill sections—nothing technical, just fun.

Cranberry Ridge Trail #223 crosses 81 once and comes out on road 7/6. Turn left here and left again at the intersection with Coe Road (FSR #81). Follow this road back to Bishop Knob campground, which is a nice quiet place to camp.

Overall, this is a fun, mostly downhill loop on singletrack with a campground at the top.

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Mar 18, 2018
Carl Hamlin
Several inches of snow still standing. 4mi

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