Krause Ridge Loop

Randle, Washington

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Highlights: Great singletrack through a mature lowland forest and nice views of the Cispus River Valley. Tread: 3.4 miles singletrack; 2.4 miles doubletrack. Hazards: Occasional switchbacks and logs along the trail. From Portland, take Interstate 5 north 68 miles to U.S. Highway 12. Head east on U.S. 12 for 48 miles to Randle. From there go south on Forest Service 25 for 6.5 miles to FS 2506 on the left. Follow this road 2.3 miles to its junction with FS 037, park here (2.5 to 3 hours from Portland).
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Mountain Biking Portland

by Scott Rapp (Falcon Guides)

Highlights: Great singletrack through a mature lowland forest and nice views of the Cispus River Valley. Tread: 3.4 miles singletrack; 2.4 miles doubletrack. Hazards: Occasional switchbacks and logs along the trail.

From Portland, take Interstate 5 north 68 miles to U.S. Highway 12. Head east on U.S. 12 for 48 miles to Randle. From there go south on Forest Service 25 for 6.5 miles to FS 2506 on the left. Follow this road 2.3 miles to its junction with FS 037, park here (2.5 to 3 hours from Portland).

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Activity Type: Mountain Biking
Nearby City: Randle
Distance: 5.8
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Technical Difficulty: Easy
Physical Difficulty: Moderate
Duration: 1 to 2 hours
Season: Summer and fall
Trailhead Elevation: 1,700 feet
Top Elevation: 2,300 feet
Local Contacts: Gifford Pinchot National Forest, Cowlitz Valley Ranger District
Local Maps: Mountain Biking Southwest Washington - Fat Tire Publications; USGS Greenhorn Buttes
Driving Directions: Directions to Krause Ridge Loop

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