Twin Sisters Trail

Total Miles


1422.54 ft


6 Hours

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Trail Overview

Challenging trail for novice, less-experienced riders. Has a variety of small rocky ledges, steep pitches, and off-camber terrain to negotiate. Western end of route is less challenging than eastern half. Mountain trail with some open stretches for viewpoints. Mostly forested. Few pullouts, so be aware of opposite direction traffic. Potential brush overgrowth and seasonal downfall due to storms may block the trail. Take chainsaws, axes, or bucksaws to clear debris as needed.

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Access Description

2 Approaches. From the west, proceed to Albian Hill Rd turnoff from Hwy 20. This is 21.5 miles east of Republic, and 18.5 miles from intersection of Hwy 20/Hwy 395 just east of Columbia River Bridge. Proceed up Albian Hill gravel road for 4.7 miles. Small parking area on the right at trailhead to both Mack King and Twin Sister trails. Limited parking for up to 4 units. From the east, proceed from the Columbia River Bridge to the north on Hwy 395 towards Orient. In 6 miles, turn left on Deadman Creek Road, proceed 4 miles. Take fork to the left for 2.3 miles and end up in Cow Camp. (Loading chutes/corrals/wide spot in road for pullouts and camping).