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Illustration and text from Leavenworth Chamber of Commerce

Great views will accompany you as you travel this dirt road up through logged portions of the forest. The lack of trees in sections create spectacular vistas to of the Cascade Mountains and Glacier Peak.

Maps: View our topo map below for more information (8.5’x11” portrait/landscape or 8.5”x14” portrait/landscape).

Note: use ‘Print Preview’ before printing to properly scale this map to a full sheet of paper.

Activity: Mountain Biking

Nearest Town: Leavenworth/Lake Wenatchee
Skill Level: 1+ (advanced beginner)
Fitness Level: 2 (intermediate)
Distance: Round-trip distance of about 12 miles

Go left out of the parking area following road #111. In 2 miles go left onto road #6304 at the intersection. Continue on the main road (ignore the spurs) and at 4.3 miles you will come to a high point. As you start to descend from this high point go left on an unmarked spur trail to the left. Follow to a gravel road #111 (unmarked) and go left. As you pass a gate stay on the main road until you reach an intersection and go left on road #6305. Enjoy the downhill for 3.5 miles and go left on road #111 (this turn off is not very distinguishable; you know you’ve gone too far if you arrive at the paved road #6300).

Fees/Permits Needed: None

Leave It Better Than You Found It: This should be every outdoor user’s goal. Pick up trash left by others, pull noxious weeds along your route, disperse old fire rings (they encourage more fires), throw branches over spur trails and spurs between switchbacks (make it harder to do the wrong thing than the right thing).

Important Disclaimer: Treat this information as recommendations, not gospel. Things change, conditions change, and those contributing these reports are volunteers–they may make mistakes, fail to give complete information, or may not know all the issues affecting a route. So forget about finger pointing: If things go wrong, you are completely responsible for yourself and your actions. If you can’t live with that, you are prohibited from using our information.

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