Cedar Creek

Total Miles
4.0

Elevation

1,554.15 ft

Duration

0.5 Hours

Technical Rating

5

Moderate

Best Time

Spring, Summer, Fall

Trail Overview

Cedar Creek is a narrow trail side-hilling the whole way down from Dunn Peak Road until Slate Creek Road, dropping 2,000 feet in 4 miles. It has sections with mild exposure, and sections with pretty significant exposure as it side-hills along a lush and overgrown hillside inside a dense forest. There's a rocky creek crossing that is pretty smooth and less than a foot deep, and one stream crossing on an inside of a turn next to a waterfall that is really neat. There is also one rock obstacle on a steep hill creating some ledges near the south end of the trail. This trail is one of the more popular routes in this trail system, so the trail has some brake bumps and is a bit troughed. The trail is typically clear of any logs since is a popular route that riders take to connect from Wallace to Avery.

Difficulty

Intermediate trail due to significant exposure in sections, and one rock obstacle.

Technical Rating

5

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