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green Bridle Trail

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Trail

1.2 mile 2.0 kilometer point to point
Singletrack
Easy

Elevation

Ascent: 30' 9 m
Descent: -189' -58 m
High: 741' 226 m
Low: 552' 168 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 3% (2°)
Max Grade: 8% (4°)

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Leashed
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Trail shared by John Rabold

A narrow and quiet alternative to lower Stream Trail.

John Rabold

Features Birding · River/Creek · Wildlife

Family Friendly This trail is very gently graded and less heavily used than adjacent Stream Trail, and it offers good opportunities to look at the stream.

Bicycles are not permitted on this trail between Fern Dell and Chown Trail. Dogs must be on leash on this trail. Access to the stream and its banks by trail users and their dogs is prohibited. Please remain on the trail side of the fence.

Description

This is a narrow and quiet alternative to lower Stream Trail. It is parallel to and southwest of Stream Trail, remaining on the stream's southwest bank. This trail's southeast, low end is at the Fishway Site, where there is a fish ladder to allow trout to bypass a barrier. This is also the low end of Golden Spike Trail.

This trail's northwest, high end is located at an intersection with the Chown Trail. It passes the low ends of West Ridge Trail and Orchard Trail. It also passes Fern Dell, where there are a group camping site, picnic tables, and a connector trail to the Stream Trail. The trail is dirt road between Fishway and Fern Dell; it is singletrack between Fern Dell and Chown Trail.

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