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A great ride through dense forest and a few open meadows. After climbing steadily for the first 4 miles the trail starts downhill and rolls its way down to several open lava tubes and caves. A great place to explore. From there it continues down to the first of many falls along Falls Creek. At this point the trail becomes steeper but still very rideable and very fun. It can be very popular with hikers from the Falls down. Please be courteous and yield to the hikers.
How to find it
From Hood River, go across the Columbia River and then head west on Hwy. 14. Just after passingover the Wind Riverand before you reach Stevenson, head north on the forest road 30. Stay on road 30 through Carson to the forest road 3062 which leads to the lower Fall Creek trailhead.
Early Summer through fall
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Local Points of Interest
Stevenson has a couple good local spots: Big River Gill (great veggie burgers) and of course there's Walking Man Brewery.
NOTE: The trail follows old road beds in places but its primarily singletrack. Use caution when descending along Fall Creek, the sidehill is very steep with severe penalties for going off the trail. Avoid skidding on the steep descents.
GPNF, Mt Adams Ranger District.