White Rabbit Trail is a hiking trail in Jackson County, Oregon. It is within Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest. It is 1.9 miles long and begins at 3,181 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 3.8 miles with a total elevation gain of 1,564 feet. The White Rabbit parking and the information bord + map information are near the trailhead.
White Rabbit Trail Professional Reviews and Guides
"Ashland is 15 miles north of the California border on Interstate 5. With a length of 2.3 miles, White Rabbit Trail is short, but it's no bunny hill. This loop takes you to the top of the trail on roads. Climbing on roads facilitates a descent on the trail-well, it's mostly downhill. This route can be ridden as an out-and-back, but climbing up on the trail would be extremely demanding. Getting to the top of this trail by taking roads is also difficult. The loop begins on a busy city thoroughfare, Siskiyou Boulevard. Next comes incredibly steep Morton Street. It is so steep that your bike will slide down the hill if you set it down to remove a layer of clothing! Sound like a fun ride? Well, you have the devil to pay, but White Rabbit Trail is fun, and in Ashland, "near to town" single-track is hard to come by."
--Laurie & Chris Leman, Mountain Bike! Oregon (Menasha Ridge Press).
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