Trailhead Elevation: 1136 ft
DirectionsGet directions to the trailhead on Google Maps
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I love the views and flow of the Alpine Trail – you must see and ride it for yourself.
The Alpine Trail is smooth and fast, with breathtaking views of Diamond Peak, the Three Sisters and more. Ride among old-growth trees on hard-packed dirt single-track. Once you hit the trail, there is still a little work with a couple one-mile climbs and some minor technical spots, and then it’s mostly downhill! There are plenty of loops and offshoot options, including Tire Mountain, Cloverpath, North Fork and more.
The trail can be from 16 to 40 miles depending on if you ride up the gravel roads or shuttle to the top, and if you include Tire Mountain and other trails.
Seasons: Spring – Fall
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