Corral Pass

Corral Pass

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Route Description

Climb a steep gravel road up to the crest of the Cascade Mountains, traverse a ridge at high elevation, then plunge back into the valley on the Ranger Creek Trail. This mountain bike trail is described as “fairly technical singletrack with exposure, beautiful forests, good climbing, fun descents, technical sections and crazy switchbacks that will challenge the most advanced riders.” You’ve been warned!

You can also continue on the ridgeline and rejoin gravel roads that will lead you to Greenwater for a longer loop that isn’t technical and would be fun on a gravel or wide-tire rando bike.

• Corral Pass

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Route Details

More Information

  • Distance: 31 km (19 miles)
  • Unpaved: 95% (technical singletrack, rocks, roots, tight switchbacks)
  • Climbing: 1,143 m (3,748 ft)
  • High Point: 1820 m (6000 ft)
  • Rideable: July - early October
  • Recommended tires: 48 mm+
  • Resupplies: none
  • FKT (Fastest Known Time): not recommended (technical downhill requires caution)
  • Route featured in: BQ 78 (Mason ISO Test)