Grayling Hills

Total Miles
13.6

Elevation

442.80 ft

Duration

2.5 Hours

Technical Rating

5

Moderate

Best Time

Summer

Trail Overview

This is a nice bowl to climb down into and back up with multiple paths all leading to the same spot, all while your spectators are looking on. It's another large area with many different hills to climb with multiple levels of difficulty, which will also vary depending on the season and weather. The trails are generally dry and sandy, but during the winter months, they can become slick. Eagles have been spotted many times as well. There are plenty of mud and water holes to play in as long as it's not the colder winter months. Expect a few elevated hills to climb on the trail that are unavoidable.

Photos of Grayling Hills

Grayling Hills
Grayling Hills
Grayling Hills

Difficulty

There are some deep water holes, but some do have a trail to get around. Some of the bigger hills are not difficult, but depending on weather, can be difficult for a beginner.

Technical Rating

5

Status Reports

Keri Porter
Feb 12, 2024
4x4
Temporarily Closed
Seasonal Closure
This route travels on snowmobile trails LP6 and LP7 that are closed from Dec. 1 - March 31. Also it should be noted that no ORVs are allowed on the army base and you must be driving a full sized street licensed and legal vehicle.

Access Description

The trailhead is right behind the gas station. Gas up and grab your snacks before heading in.

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