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Clifford's Crossing

Intermediate/Difficult

Trail

0.4 mile 0.6 kilometer point to point
Singletrack
Intermediate/Difficult

Elevation

Ascent: 69' 21 m
Descent: -118' -36 m
High: 970' 296 m
Low: 878' 268 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 9% (5°)
Max Grade: 20% (11°)

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A tough, short trail.

Ron Gillilan

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Open to bikes April to October.

Need to Know

Sight lines are short and horses are allowed, although infrequent.

Description

Clifford's Crossing drops off of Looney's Trail and connects with Americorp Trail, Mark's Trail, and Sandquist's Trail. If you want to challenge yourself, this is the place to do it.

Tight switchbacks near the top transition into a couple of small but challenging rock gardens. Sight lines on this trail are poor limiting your speed, unless familiar with it. It's impossible to ride up on the upper end, but it's just a short hike. I think you are doing good if you can clean this trail descending.

I wish it was longer, but it can be connected with Sandquist's Trail to get back to the Molalla River Road.

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