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Trail Description: Ride FS 4613 as it climbs steadily for approximately 2 miles over a gravel surface. turn left onto FS 300 and follow it for 1.75 miles. Turn left onto FS 260, stay on this for a couple hundred yards, then turn right onto FS 200 and ride this road for approximately 3 miles. Turn left on FS 4133 and follow it to FS 4130, where you’ll turn left. This will lead you back to FS 4613 where a right turn leads you to the trailhead.

There are many large Ponderosa Pines on this route and excellent views to the south and southeast from FS 300 and FS 200. All of this route is on double track, but there are some rough sections on FS 200 that require some downhill techniques.

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