Lacamas Upper Park Loop
ElevationAscent: 778' 237 m
Descent: -776' -236 m
High: 410' 125 m
Low: 139' 42 m
GradeAvg Grade: 6% (3°)
Max Grade: 29% (16°)
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“A loop that stays on the top side of the lake with a good balance of climbing and descents.”— Isaac Haupt
Continue on to Palmer East and follow until it exits onto Lacamas Lake Access Trail. Turn right and cross the bridge. There is a connector on the left, take a left off the connector onto CFC East and then take a left on Woodburn School Entrance before a sharp right on Red Tape Connector. This will connect back to the Lacamas Lake Access Trail, where you'll take a left.
On the right is Red Tape (single direction downhill trail). Blast down to the bottom and take a left onto Access Road to follow back to Chute. This section is a steep climb. Next, turn right onto Oly 2. Continue climbing back up to a left onto Oly 1. When you get back to Chute, turn left to go back down the trail.
Here, take a right onto Hobo. Then turn left onto Lacamas Lake Access Trail, cross the bridge, and climb the road. Next, continue on the road until Tiki on the right. Climb Tiki and continue onto Lilly Fields - East Section then on to Gazebo to begin the descent back to Fish Hook. Here, turn right back on to Lacamas Lake Access Trail and head back to the parking lot.
Land Manager: Clark County Parks