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Bill Chipman Palouse Trail

7.1 mi
State: ID, WA
Asphalt

Ed Corkill Memorial River Trail

5.3 mi
State: ID
Asphalt

Grand Avenue Greenway

1.7 mi
State: WA
Asphalt

Greenbelt Trail

7 mi
State: WA
Asphalt, Concrete

Latah Trail

16 mi
State: ID
Asphalt, Gravel
Accordion

Lewiston Levee Parkway Trail

12.3 mi
State: ID
Asphalt

Paradise Path

2.2 mi
State: ID
Asphalt

Pullman Riverwalk

0.42 mi
State: WA
Asphalt
Trail Image Trail Name States Length Surface Rating
The Bill Chipman Palouse Trail stretches 7.1 miles through the rolling wheat fields of the Palouse region, offering a convenient, paved connection between Washington State University and the University ...
ID, WA 7.1 mi Asphalt
Once a Northern Pacific Railway line that transported goods, mail and passengers to and from the communities of Kendrick and Juliaetta, the Ed Corkill Memorial River Trail now provides a recreation and ...
ID 5.3 mi Asphalt
The Grand Avenue Greenway is a segment of the 8-mile Pullman Loop Trail, which circles Pullman's College Hill neighborhood and the Washington State University campus. The trail begins downtown at the Pufferbelly ...
WA 1.7 mi Asphalt
The Greenbelt Trail is one of two trails connected by two bridges on two rivers in two states. The Greenbelt Trail runs up the Snake River between the cities of Clarkston and Asotin in Washington. Across ...
WA 7 mi Asphalt, Concrete
The Latah Trail travels for 12 miles between Moscow and Troy on a 10-foot-wide paved path, paralleling State Route 8 until Howell Road, where it winds north through a forested to Troy's City Park. The ...
ID 16 mi Asphalt, Gravel
The Lewiston Levee Parkway Trail, part of the Clearwater and Snake River National Recreation Trail, starts at the entrance to the day-use area in Hells Gate State Park in Lewiston and descends the Snake ...
ID 12.3 mi Asphalt
The Paradise Path forms a critical link between the Latah Trail and Bill Chipman Palouse Trail, two long rail-trails on opposite sides of Moscow, Idaho. Winding within Moscow city limits, the Paradise ...
ID 2.2 mi Asphalt
Accordion
Pullman's Downtown Riverwalk trail is part of system of trails that make a loop around the city. The Riverwalk runs for a short distance through downtown, linking with the College Hill Climb Trail on the ...
WA 0.42 mi Asphalt

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Bill Chipman Palouse Trail

ID,WA - 7.1 miles

The Bill Chipman Palouse Trail stretches 7.1 miles through the rolling wheat fields of the Palouse region, offering a convenient, paved connection between Washington State University and the University ...

Ed Corkill Memorial River Trail

ID - 5.3 miles

Once a Northern Pacific Railway line that transported goods, mail and passengers to and from the communities of Kendrick and Juliaetta, the Ed Corkill Memorial River Trail now provides a recreation and ...

Grand Avenue Greenway

WA - 1.7 miles

The Grand Avenue Greenway is a segment of the 8-mile Pullman Loop Trail, which circles Pullman's College Hill neighborhood and the Washington State University campus. The trail begins downtown at the Pufferbelly ...

Greenbelt Trail

WA - 7 miles

The Greenbelt Trail is one of two trails connected by two bridges on two rivers in two states. The Greenbelt Trail runs up the Snake River between the cities of Clarkston and Asotin in Washington. Across ...

Accordion

Greenbelt Trail

WA - 7 miles

The Greenbelt Trail is one of two trails connected by two bridges on two rivers in two states. The Greenbelt Trail runs up the Snake River between the cities of Clarkston and Asotin in Washington. Across ...

Latah Trail

ID - 16 miles

The Latah Trail travels for 12 miles between Moscow and Troy on a 10-foot-wide paved path, paralleling State Route 8 until Howell Road, where it winds north through a forested to Troy's City Park. The ...

Lewiston Levee Parkway Trail

ID - 12.3 miles

The Lewiston Levee Parkway Trail, part of the Clearwater and Snake River National Recreation Trail, starts at the entrance to the day-use area in Hells Gate State Park in Lewiston and descends the Snake ...

Paradise Path

ID - 2.2 miles

The Paradise Path forms a critical link between the Latah Trail and Bill Chipman Palouse Trail, two long rail-trails on opposite sides of Moscow, Idaho. Winding within Moscow city limits, the Paradise ...

Pullman Riverwalk

WA - 0.42 miles

Pullman's Downtown Riverwalk trail is part of system of trails that make a loop around the city. The Riverwalk runs for a short distance through downtown, linking with the College Hill Climb Trail on the ...

Bill Chipman Palouse Trail

ID,WA - 7.1 miles

The Bill Chipman Palouse Trail stretches 7.1 miles through the rolling wheat fields of the Palouse region, offering a convenient, paved connection between Washington State University and the University ...

Ed Corkill Memorial River Trail

ID - 5.3 miles

Once a Northern Pacific Railway line that transported goods, mail and passengers to and from the communities of Kendrick and Juliaetta, the Ed Corkill Memorial River Trail now provides a recreation and ...

Grand Avenue Greenway

WA - 1.7 miles

The Grand Avenue Greenway is a segment of the 8-mile Pullman Loop Trail, which circles Pullman's College Hill neighborhood and the Washington State University campus. The trail begins downtown at the Pufferbelly ...

Greenbelt Trail

WA - 7 miles

The Greenbelt Trail is one of two trails connected by two bridges on two rivers in two states. The Greenbelt Trail runs up the Snake River between the cities of Clarkston and Asotin in Washington. Across ...

Accordion

Greenbelt Trail

WA - 7 miles

The Greenbelt Trail is one of two trails connected by two bridges on two rivers in two states. The Greenbelt Trail runs up the Snake River between the cities of Clarkston and Asotin in Washington. Across ...

Latah Trail

ID - 16 miles

The Latah Trail travels for 12 miles between Moscow and Troy on a 10-foot-wide paved path, paralleling State Route 8 until Howell Road, where it winds north through a forested to Troy's City Park. The ...

Lewiston Levee Parkway Trail

ID - 12.3 miles

The Lewiston Levee Parkway Trail, part of the Clearwater and Snake River National Recreation Trail, starts at the entrance to the day-use area in Hells Gate State Park in Lewiston and descends the Snake ...

Paradise Path

ID - 2.2 miles

The Paradise Path forms a critical link between the Latah Trail and Bill Chipman Palouse Trail, two long rail-trails on opposite sides of Moscow, Idaho. Winding within Moscow city limits, the Paradise ...

Pullman Riverwalk

WA - 0.42 miles

Pullman's Downtown Riverwalk trail is part of system of trails that make a loop around the city. The Riverwalk runs for a short distance through downtown, linking with the College Hill Climb Trail on the ...

Bill Chipman Palouse Trail

ID,WA - 7.1 miles

The Bill Chipman Palouse Trail stretches 7.1 miles through the rolling wheat fields of the Palouse region, offering a convenient, paved connection between Washington State University and the University ...

Ed Corkill Memorial River Trail

ID - 5.3 miles

Once a Northern Pacific Railway line that transported goods, mail and passengers to and from the communities of Kendrick and Juliaetta, the Ed Corkill Memorial River Trail now provides a recreation and ...

Grand Avenue Greenway

WA - 1.7 miles

The Grand Avenue Greenway is a segment of the 8-mile Pullman Loop Trail, which circles Pullman's College Hill neighborhood and the Washington State University campus. The trail begins downtown at the Pufferbelly ...

Greenbelt Trail

WA - 7 miles

The Greenbelt Trail is one of two trails connected by two bridges on two rivers in two states. The Greenbelt Trail runs up the Snake River between the cities of Clarkston and Asotin in Washington. Across ...

Accordion

Latah Trail

ID - 16 miles

The Latah Trail travels for 12 miles between Moscow and Troy on a 10-foot-wide paved path, paralleling State Route 8 until Howell Road, where it winds north through a forested to Troy's City Park. The ...

Lewiston Levee Parkway Trail

ID - 12.3 miles

The Lewiston Levee Parkway Trail, part of the Clearwater and Snake River National Recreation Trail, starts at the entrance to the day-use area in Hells Gate State Park in Lewiston and descends the Snake ...

Paradise Path

ID - 2.2 miles

The Paradise Path forms a critical link between the Latah Trail and Bill Chipman Palouse Trail, two long rail-trails on opposite sides of Moscow, Idaho. Winding within Moscow city limits, the Paradise ...

Pullman Riverwalk

WA - 0.42 miles

Pullman's Downtown Riverwalk trail is part of system of trails that make a loop around the city. The Riverwalk runs for a short distance through downtown, linking with the College Hill Climb Trail on the ...

Recent Trail Reviews

Bill Chipman Palouse Trail

Great trail for biking between Pullman and Moscow

November, 2015 by moscowsharon

I only bike this trail, when I want to go to Pullman for some reason and prefer to bike there rather than drive. I don't choose this trail to bike on for the scenery, because the Latah Trail between Moscow and Troy is a lot nicer. But I do like this trail a lot. While you are parallel to the highway, which isn't a big highway by any means, it's not as loud and intrusive as you might think.

Latah Trail

May, 2015 by bionicm

Lewiston Levee Parkway Trail

An update for 2014

August, 2014 by bpenteco

Previous descriptions still hold true. The path as it goes into Hellsgate Park is more of a campground path; okay pavement but narrower than the rest of the path. To cross Memorial Bridge it was a bit confusing as there are no signs for where to go. As long as you know that's where the path continues, you should be able to find it (on the north side of the Clearwater River, it's easiest to pick up the path on the west side of the bridge).

Accordion

Latah Trail

Beautiful trail

April, 2014 by moscowsharon

This trail has a bit everything, including views of the Palouse, a forested area, and bridges and tunnels. You can even park at Troy City Park and leave your car overnight if you only feel like bicycling one way. It will most likely be a destination trail once the Troy to Kendrick piece is complete.

Latah Trail

Little Bear Canyon Leg

July, 2013 by afskypilot

As indicated in the description Latah Trail continues beyond Troy down Little Bear Canyon. Eventually the Latah Trail Foundation would like to extend the trail down to Kendrick, but as of 2013, it only goes four miles.

The positives: Little Bear Canyon is very secluded, there is no road next to the trail. The bridges that have been completed are in excellent condition, a cement overlay on existing rail road trusses.

The grade seems to be between 3% and 5% so going down the ride is quite easy.

The negatives: the trail bed consists of very loose gravel. I would not recommend it for any street bike. My wife and I used mountain bikes, and we found ourselves having to work to control our steering.

As we returned up the grade, the gravel impacted our ability to bike back up the grade. We eventually had to walk out the last mile, but I think that was more a reflection of our athletic skills.

Definitely take water. While the trail follows a stream, much of the stream is on private land on either side of the trail. The water is not potable.

There is a uncompleted shelter at about the two mile mark. I would hope the foundation will complete it in the near future.

I look forward to having this trail completed all the way to Kendrick. It is a great canyon ride in spite of the loose gravel.

Ed Corkill Memorial River Trail

Trail is blocked

August, 2012 by bionicm

I enjoyed what I saw of the trail, but around the 2.8 mile mark the trail was blocked by tons of really BIG boulders. Had to turn around.

Bill Chipman Palouse Trail

Easy commuter trail along the creek

September, 2011 by captainmeerkat

This trail is perfect for an evening workout or leisurely ride. It is a slight but noticeable downhill from Moscow to Pullman, the two end points of the trail. Also there can be a strong wind from the SW. So keep these two facts in mind when take off. The trail is well marked, wonderfully maintained, smooth surfaced with great views of the rolling wheat fields of the Palouse. It also connects to the Paradise Trail system in Moscow and through to the Latah Trail to the city of Troy. Good for roller blades too.

Ed Corkill Memorial River Trail

Great Little Trail

August, 2011 by marblecreek

This is a great little trail that is perfect for a short morning ride. The trail follows Potlatch Creek. There are views of the water, basalt cliffs, and pine covered hills. In the summer it can get very hot so this trail is best in the morning. There are bathrooms at either end of the trail.

Lewiston Levee Parkway Trail

Trike 53 Rides Lewiston Levy Trail

August, 2011 by dbardwell

Trailbear has done a good job of describing the trail. The trail past Steelhead Park toward Lower Goose Pasture has not been as well maintained as the rest of the trail. There are cracks across the path with vegetation growing through the cracks. In August, early morning is the best time to ride the entire trail. There isn't much shade so it will be much cooler. There are no bathrooms past Steelhead Park, so be sure to make a stop there.

If you want to do a longer loop and don't mind some highway/2-lane country road riding, you can start at Hellsgate; Turn right as you leave Hellsgate State Park on Tamany Creek Road until it intersects with 491 Rd/McCann Road (approx 8 mi). Turn left on McCann and continue approx. 1.5 mi until it turns left and becomes 480 Rd/Reservation; continue 1/2 mi and turn right on Webb Canal Road/Pinkham Grade; turn left on Webb Road (about 1 mi); continue about 2.5 mi to Hwy 95. Turn left on Hwy 95 and continue past Lapwai (2.5 mi); continue on US 95 N for approx 8 miles to intersection with Vista Road (just past Clearwater Casino). Cross highway here. This is where the Goose Pasture parking is. Another option is to continue on the highway until you get to the intersection before the Clearwater Bridge. You can turn right and get on the sidewalk to cross the bridge and continue down to Locomotive Park. From there you can keep following the trail back to Hellsgate. This is about a 35-mile loop.

Latah Trail

Great trail

July, 2011 by captainmeerkat

I ride this trail a lot for relaxation and exercise. It travels from the Moscow on the rolling farm land of the Palouse to the forests around the city of Troy 12 miles east of town. Beautiful and peaceful ride. Surface in great condition for road biking. Lot's of small wildlife such as rabbits, quail, chipmunks, squirrels. Saw a badger on the trail one time.
Connects to Paradise Path through Moscow and onto the Chipman trail 7 miles to Pullman Washington. This
trail gives you a great taste of the scenery and terrain of the Palouse.

Lewiston Levee Parkway Trail

TRAILBEAR DOES TWO RIVERS: The Lewiston Levee Parkway Trail

January, 2011 by trailbear

TRAILBEAR DOES TWO RIVERS: The Lewiston Levee Parkway Trail

LEWISTON, ID, 9.13.2010


@@@ OVERVIEW…

The Lewiston Levee Parkway Trail is a fun 11 mile ride down one river and up another. There is good blacktop, good scenery and good facilities. Grade it a 3 x 5* trail. It has more features than the Greenbelt Trail across the Snake. It has less shade.

It starts in Hells Gate State Park, runs down the Snake River and onto the levee to the Lewis & Clark Center at the confluence, then up the Clearwater River to Locomotive Park. You can stop here, but the trail crosses on the Memorial Bridge (@ 6.7 miles) to the north shore and continues on Lower Goose Pasture at 11.2 miles out.


@@@ TRAILHEAD & TRAIL END – HELLS GATE STATE PARK, GE: 46.353000 -117.059883°

This has to be the easiest ride to stage that I have encountered. All too often finding camping near the trail takes a lot of hunting. Not here. The trail begins at the back of Loop C in the park campground. We took a campsite across from it and I was on the trail after breakfast. If the weather is warm, best be on the trail at dawn.

The official start of the trail is about a mile further on, but the blacktop doesn’t know and I won’t tell. Pedal on past the campsites, past the cabins, past the picnic area, past the visitor’s center to …


@@@ THE MARINA AND BOAT RAMP, GE: 46.370312 -117.054907°

The trail goes across the boat ramp parking lot and between the marina store and the bluff on the road. The marina is just beyond. There is a parking lot up there on the bluff. If you find yourself up there, you will find a connecting trail at the far end. Now the trail runs down the river under the bluffs for 2.0 miles to the Southway Bridge. If you want to connect to the Greenbelt Trail on the far shore, take the bridge over. From the bridge it is another 0.6 miles to the…


@@@ SOUTHWAY BOAT RAMP, GE: N46.40288 W117.03522

The boat ramp has a vast parking lot and two portapotties. You can use this as a trailhead if you want a short ride or a loop ride with the two bridges and the Greenbelt Trail in Clarkston. Otherwise, pedal on 0.6 miles to …


@@@ KIWANIS PARK, GE: N46.41374 W117.03314

This is a nice, well-shaded park below the levee. There are restrooms and water below, plus parking. If you are happy, stay on the levee where there are benches, waysides and trailside water.

The levee is there because the Corps of Engineers really wanted to build the Lower Granite Dam – and the Lower Granite Lake was going to flood downtown Lewiston. They got a levee and facilities and the Corps got the dam and lake. What you have been riding along – the Snake River – is actually Lower Granite Lake backing up into the Snake and Clearwater. Ahead of you is the Interstate 12 bridge – called by some The Blue Bridge. Can you guess why? Keep going 0.8 miles to …


@@@ TSCEMINICUM AND THE LEWIS & CLARK INTERPERTIVE CENTER, GE: N46.42023 W117.01600

This attractive center is at the confluence of the Snake and Clearwater Rivers – down there under the lake and the fishermen. You are in Lewis and Clark Country, so expect to have them interpreted to you in many locations. It would make a nice trailhead. Parking is down below the levee. Up on the levee they have water, shade, restrooms, interesting exhibits and Tsceminicum (“Meeting of the Waters”).

<http://sward.smugmug.com/Other/Tsceminicum/248707_HvAAQ/1/7768150_rsJZH#7768150_rsJZH>

Tsceminicum is a remarkable bronze statue. Her hair flows behind her forming the Seven Devils Mountains. On the flanks of the mountains are over 100 images celebrating the wildlife and legends of the Snake River country. Spend some time here, then onward past the interesting railroad bridge to West Pond. This is one of a series of ponds which collect the runoff water from Lewiston (it can’t run into the river with that levee here) until it get pumped into the river. Next stop is the ...


@@@ CLEARWATER LANDING, GE: N46.42023 W117.01600

The landing actually has a small landing. You can tie a boat to the floating dock here. The theme of the landing is river navigation from canoes to tugs and barges. The system of locks on the Snake and Columbia Rivers makes Lewiston a sea port. Grain from the Palouse is shipped down to Portland and loaded on bulk carriers there. The landing has parking, water, restrooms and shade. Take advantage because things get thin for a bit. The next stop is…



@@@ LOCOMOTIVE PARK, GE: N46.41620 W117.00216

Getting to Locomotive Park at the base of the Memorial Bridge can be a puzzlement because there are really no trail signs on the Levee. You are happily riding the nice levee trail when it heads downhill. The Memorial Bridge is in front of you. The blacktop turns to gravel and it seems the trail goes under the bridge. Wrong. Turn hard right into the alley behind an industrial supply company (Hilti, Rigid and Milwaukee to the right of you on the building.) Continue on into the parking area for Locomotive Park.

Here you will find a portapotty and a logging locomotive. This is the last logging locomotive to operate in this part of the state.

< http://www.flickr.com/photos/tim-cant-reid/4042049567/in/photostream/>

Sure are a lot of outlets and strange pipe arches in this park. The park is the home of Winter Spirit Christmas Lighting – and the locomotive, the caboose, the arches, the trees and more come alive with color.

< http://activerain.com/blogsview/789411/winter-spirit-christmas-lighting-locomotive-park-2101-main-lewiston-idaho>

That is for the winter months. Today you have a decision. If you end the ride here, just back track to your trailhead. If you want to do the whole trail, then follow the path up to the bridge and over. There is a small sports park by the bridge on the far side – Clearwater Park. Not too many facilities. Ride on up the Clearwater 1.2 miles to the…


CLEARWATER (NORTH LEWISTION) RAMP, GE: 46.430474 -116.984272

Here, at the junction of Frontage Rd. and Steelhead Way are the best facilities you will find on the North Shore: parking, restrooms and water. That said, ride on another 2.6 miles along US 12 and the industrial side of town to the…


TRAIL END @ LOWER GOOSE PASTURE, GE: 46.426602 -116.931210

This is it. End of the trail. Parking and not much else. Now you can retrace your route to where you started.

Ride on!

TrailBear
Heading back to Tsceminicum


Greenbelt Trail

TRAILBEAR: SHADE BEAR – On the Greenbelt Trail

December, 2010 by trailbear

TRAILBEAR: SHADE BEAR – On the Greenbelt Trail


9/13/2010, Clarkston, WA.


@@@ OVERVIEW

Two states, two rivers, two trails – it’s Lewiston, ID and Clarkston, WA and each has a trail running up their side of the Snake River, built by the Corps of Engineers. This is Clarkston and their trail is the Greenbelt Trail.

What can we say? It’s a nice ride up the Snake River – and back down. There is no bridge to loop over at the upper end. There is one at the bottom and another in the middle. The trail runs from the Granite Lake Park down in Clarkston to the Chief Looking Glass Park upriver in Asotin.

The lower half is in shade in the greenbelt. The upper half is right along the river and in sun. In summer, that is nice and hot, with black lava and basalt to add some sizzle. The pavement is good, the scenery nice, and the facilities along the way decent. Grade it A, B, B.

At this point in the 2010 Survey Season, the TrailBear has already added nine trails running along creeks, lakes and rivers to RTC’s Traillink database. Here is number 10. Number 11 is across the river, for a total of 75 miles. He has another 18 miles of survey to go here at Lewiston and Clarkston and then up to Pullman to survey in the Palouse. Bear has some déjà vu going on.


@@@ GRANITE LAKE PARK, CLARKSTON, GE: 46.426057 -117.048950

This is a nice city park on the shores of Lower Granite Lake, and a full service trailhead. Without the dam downstream it would on the shores of the Snake River. However, the lake waters have submerged the mouths of the Snake and the Clearwater. Over in Lewiston the Corps of Engineers built a riverfront levee to protect the lower town from the lake waters and put a trail on it: The Lewiston Levee Trail.

You can start this ride from the picnic shelter. Before leaving, take note of the info sign: “Lewis and Clark almost slept here”. (They slept on the north shore, to the chagrin of the future larkston Chamber of Commerce on the south shore.)

Head east from the shelter. You will pass a tour boat dock, and then a rather posh RV park filled with Leviathan Class RVs as you curve into the mouth of the Snake. (The cheap RV start at $500,000 – yachts on wheels.) A mere .75 miles out of Granite Lake Park and you are at …


@@@ GREENBELT BOAT RAMP, GE: 46.421005 -117.038816

This facility, on the Clarkston end of the Blue Bridge (US 12), would make a fine trailhead if you desire. For now just work across the parking lot, pick up the Greenbelt Trail sign and duck under the Blue Bridge. You are now riding close to the river in a greenbelt below the bluffs. The riverfront homes are on the bluff above. In 0.7 miles you arrive at a beach at …


@@@ CHESNUT BEACH PARK, GE: 46.41007 -117.03783

Here is another trailhead options with parking, portapotty, a sandy beach and benches with good river views. On the bluff overhead is Beachview Park. One mile further brings you to …


@@@ THE SOUTHWAY BRIDGE (FLESHMAN WAY), GE: 46.396684 -117.043648

The trail runs under the Southway Bridge. If you want a loop ride, take the side trail up to the bridge deck, cross over to the Idaho shore and ride the Lewiston Levee Trail down river to the Blue Bridge and cross over to the Greenbelt Boat Ramp. This gives you a loop ride about six miles long. You ride under the bridge and onward for another mile to …


@@@ THE BOAT LAUNCH AT SWALLOWS PARK, GE: 46.386474 -117.047649

Yes, another potential full service trail head. There are fine groves of mature shade trees at Swallows Park, the usual picnic facilities and restrooms and water down at the boat launch. The park has a series of off shore islands forming lagoons. The boat launch is in the largest lagoon. At the bottom of the park you will find a Forest Service office facility with information on recreation on the Snake River.

Beyond that you enter the Shadefree Zone. Here the trail runs in the bright sunshine between the river and Rt. 129 for 2.9 miles up to …


@@@ ASOTIN AND THE END, GE: 46.34320 -117.057197

Contrary to the handouts, the trail does not actually reach Chief Looking Glass Park, proper. There is a sewer plant and a creek in the way. You can use the highway, but no matter. There is a small parking area here at the trail end. Restrooms and water are over at Looking Glass.
Look around. Across the river is Hells Canyon State Park. The Lewiston Levee Trail starts in the back of the campground over there. It’s a fun ride, with a bit more to do. Have you learned about Lewis and Clark yet? (How could you avoid it?) You can learn even more on the LLT.

Up the river is Hells Canyon, the deepest canyon in the U.S. Yes, deeper than the Grand Canyon, but not as grand. There is a drop of over 7,900’ from the top of the Seven Devils to the river below. No, you can’t drive up it. No roads. You can take a boat tour.

<ttp://www.snakeriveradventures.com/full_day_tours.htm>

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seven_Devils_Mountains


Ride on!

TrailBear
Heading back to the shade.



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