- Trail Description:
- Road (maintained), Trail (ORV-steep sections)
- Best During:
- July to October
- Trip Distance:
- 10.5 miles
- Ride Time:
- 2 to 4 hours
- Elevation Gain:
- 2,100 feet
- Overall Rating:
- Elevation 3,600 feet. Ride out to road #23 and turn left heading east.
- Road forks. Turn left on road #2329.
- Road #2329 turns to the right. Continue straight, now on road #5601.
- Turn left onto Squaw Creek Trail #265. The trail will start out climbing, then decend, and then climb again.
- Trail runs into a longer road. Climb on road for a few feet and then pick up the trail on the left.
- Follow the ridge up for the next 2 miles. The trail may be difficult to follow here but if you continue heading up the ridge you are on the right track.
- Highest point (elevation 4,800 feet). From here you will continue up and down for almost another mile where you will then begin to decend.
- Reach road #2328. Turn left and climb gradually (about 500 feet) and then begin you final decent.
- Road #2328 reaches road #23. End of mini loop.
Randle Ranger Station
3068 Hwy 12
Randle, WA 98361
Mountain Bike Resource - Trails - Squaw Creek Ride Summary
If your looking for everything a big loop has to offer, except the miles, than this ride is for you. But don't be fooled into thinking that this 10.5 mile loop will be a cake walk. The trail is steep and challenging in sections. In the end your hard work will be paid off with great views from atop Canyon Ridge.