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The Jubilee Lake trail is the main trail providing access to other snowmobile trails north of Highway 204. The trail is groomed weekly and is an easy trail, except for a 100-yard area that drifts near Bald Mountain. It is located about 3.5 miles from the trailhead.

From Bald Mountain there is an excellent view into Looking Glass Canyon and across to the Eagle Cap Mountain range. The trail ends at Jubilee Lake, which is a nice place to have a winter picnic. Vault toilets are available at the Jubilee Lake Campground.

All snowmobile trails on the Walla Walla Ranger District are groomed and maintained by the Oregon State Snowmobile Association. They are marked with an orange diamond. With the Tollgate Work as a starting point, the orange diamonds are on the right side of the trail going away from the work center, and returning the diamonds are on the left side of the trail. Junction signs, which include directions and mileage, are located at most trail intersections.

Directions: From Weston: Travel 20 miles east on Highway 204. Parking is available at a Sno-Park area at Tollgate.

Seasonal Access: Normally Open: Winter-Early Spring

Facility Type: Snowmobiling Area

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