Ebey Canyon Trail
ElevationAscent: 142' 43 m
Descent: -404' -123 m
High: 1,892' 577 m
Low: 1,565' 477 m
GradeAvg Grade: 9% (5°)
Max Grade: 23% (13°)
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“Fun jaunt across the ridgelines and drainages of Ebey Canyon.”— Carson Blaker
Generally orientated north-to-south and perpendicular to the drainages of Ebey Canyon, you'll climb over a big ridge in the middle of the canyon and connect with Rattlesnake Trail as it snakes along the main water course of the canyon. To stay on Ebey Canyon Trail to its southern trailhead, jog right (uphill) on Rattlesnake Trail for 10 yards, and then go left up the south side of the canyon. After a short climb the trail ends at Doty Road.
Many riders may want to continue down Rattlesnake Trail though since it continues downhill to the bottom of Doty Road and Forest Route #3N38.
Ebey Canyon and Oliver Canyon form a big figure-8 network of fire roads that ring the canyons and meet at Larsen Flat. Each canyon also features singletrack trails that generally criss-cross the canyons, so many combinations of fire road climbs and singletrack descents can be strung together depending on how long you want your ride to be.
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Land Manager: USFS - Angeles National Forest Office