Kebler Wagon Trail

Ride Details

Difficulty: Easy
Distance: 6.5 mi
Avg. Time: 45 min
Climb:689 ft
Trail Type: Singletrack
Descend:798 ft
Ride Area:

Description

Access Kebler Pass wagon trail 3 1/2 miles out Kebler Pass Road, on the right. This section is flat and smooth and a good way to ride to or back from the Dyke Trail or Lily lake. It crosses the road near the turn to Irwin, and crosses again after a short stint in the trees, then climbs to the road to Lake Irwin.
To ride it back from the Dyke, look for it on the left 4/10ths mile after crossing the bridge over Anthracite Creek, just after a cattleguard and after the first couple switchbacks. It is signed but somewhat hidden in the willows. this is a great way to get back to Lake Irwin if you are camping up there.

PLease not the below map only highlights the first half of the trail. Trailforks as the trail split into two segments

Photos

Kebler Wagon (606) on Trailforks.com

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