Lily Lake Trail

Ride Details

Difficulty: Moderate
Distance: 3.6 mi.
Climb: 524 ft.
Descend: 343 ft.
Status: CLOSED for Season
Avg. Time: 40 min.
Trail Type: singletrack/doubletrack

Description

The Lily Lake Trail is a seldom ridden trail near the Kebler Pass area that makes for a nice beginner cross country ride if you combo it with the Kebler Wagon Trail 606. It’s also a nice option if you’d like to get away from crowds or take your dog on a ride since there is plenty of water along this trail.

Start by climbing up Splains Gulch Road, in 1.5mi you’ll see a sign on your right that reads “Lily Lake Tr. No. 639” and under that it says “Ohio Pass Road No. 730 3 miles”. Take this right and leave the road and onto the singletrack. After a short while the trail will open up into a fairly large meadow where it flattens out. After another quarter to a half mile you’ll come to a spot that looks as if the trail splits, one track goes right, another goes left. Stay left, but if in question always look for the rock cairns to show you the right route as there are plenty of them. As you wind through the trees and meadows you’ll come to a nice fun, fast downhill with drainage berms to jump and ends out at Ohio Pass road right near Kebler Pass and Kebler Wagon Trail 606.

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