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A hardpacked dirt singletrack weaving in the Sage Hills with some narrow not-well-traveled sections.


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Map Key

0.8

Miles

1.3

KM

Point to Point

1,808' 551 m

High

1,598' 487 m

Low

26' 8 m

Up

211' 64 m

Down

6%

Avg Grade (3°)

15%

Max Grade (8°)

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Features Views · Wildflowers · Wildlife

Winter closure (December 1 to April 1) for mule deer protection.

Description

Little Moab is one of many trails that weaves through Sage Hills. This trail is less traveled than most, with some sections becoming narrow, rutted, and overgrown. It is still easy enough to hike through and easy to follow the trail. There are a few small and quick dips through cooler canyon rocks (and, if you're lucky, a trickling stream).

Flora & Fauna

Potential for rattlesnakes in summer months. Wildflowers in spring and mule deer.

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Shared By:

Robyn Pepin

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#13

in Sage Hills

#35849

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#13

in Sage Hills

#1,706

in Washington

#35,849

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Rock formations tucked into Sage Hills
Dec 9, 2017 near West We…, WA

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