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Part of King Castle Trail

Castle Rock Rippin' on Pinkbike

Rated 4 out of 5 on MTBR.com

Length: 4.6 miles

Elevation: Trail begins at 2400 ft. elevation and ends at 3808 ft. elevation.

Season: Spring to Fall

Usage: Medium

Difficulty: Moderate to Difficult

Water: Requires treatment

How to get there: From Blue River travel east on Highway 126 for four miles to Forest Road 19. Travel on Road 19 for mile. At stop sign, go straight (onto Road 19-410) for 2 miles. Turn left onto Road 19-411 and travel 2.75 miles to roadside parking area on left side of road. To reach the upper portion of the trail, take Road 19-410 to Road 2639 (King Road). Travel on King Road for mile and turn right onto Road 480. Travel on Road 480 to the end of the road to the parking area.

Trail Description: This trail climbs up through a dense Douglas-fir forest to the top of Castle Rock and the site of an old lookout, offering expansive views of the McKenzie River Valley.

Comments: This trail connects with King-Castle Trail No. 4326.

Castle Rock Trail Map



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