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Level: Beginner
Length: 13 mi (20.9 km)
Surface: Other
Configuration: Out & Back
Elevation: -
Total: 7 riders
 

Mountain Biking Beacon Rock State Park

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#172 of 1,206 mountain bike trails in Washington
#8,664 in the world

There is a pretty substantial network of well-marked trails here. It seems like most of them are gravel fire roads but if you explore, there's also some single track. I rode up to the saddle on Hamilton Mountain where there are great views of the Columbia River Gorge and the North Bonneville Dam. I intend to explore the trails more when I visit again soon.

First added by bernieships on Aug 31, 2016. Last updated Apr 22, 2020. → add an update
Before you go
  • Drinking water: unknown
  • Lift service: unknown
  • Night riding: unknown
  • Pump track: unknown
  • Restrooms: unknown
  • Fat bike grooming: unknown
  • E-bikes allowed: unknown
  • Fee required: unknown
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Getting there
From Vancouver, WA drive East on WA-14 (toward Camas, WA) for about 35 miles. Turn left on Kueffler Road. Follow the road and make a right at the first right hand turn you come to. The road is pretty short and at the end of it is a gravel parking lot.
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  • RichardDavies
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    Although Beacon Rock has 13 miles of trails open to mountain bikes, for some reason I think these trails rarely see a bike tire. I suspect that's because they require a fair amount of extended climbing (although nothing a strong rider can't handle).

    Most of the trails are double track fire roads, but there is some descent single track to be found (e.g. Bridge Trail and Loop Trail--both of which I recommend riding North to South).

    While there are certainly better, more fun MTB trails around, these are worth the ride if you don't mind earning your turns and are looking for something different to ride for a nice change of pace.

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