Potlicker

Potlicker

Potlicker is a 0.5 mile higher elevation (4548′-4879′) multi-use trail that connects Horn Gap Road and Ashland Loop Road (FS Road 2060) and Wagner Glade trail. Featuring some of the largest Ponderosas on any of the Ashland trails, it is a remote but worthwhile visit.

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Snark

Snark is a relatively unknown gem in the lower Ashland trail system connecting Waterline Trail to Bandersnatch¬†with quick access to Red Queen. On the low end, it features some quiet, shaded forest areas and then climbs, often steeply, up to some sunny slopes to Bandersnatch. This trail is a great alternative to the lower part of Bandersnatch and has very little traffic. Bikers seem to try this early in the morning and are seldom seen…

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Wonder Trail

Wonder Trail

All about Wonder: 1.6 miles long avg grade: 7.4% ascent: 657′ descent: 37′ Multi-use trail, bikes uphill direction only. The Wonder trail starts 1.7 miles up FS Road 2060 from the top of Lithia Park on the west side of the Ashland watershed. Designed to be one of the least steep trails in the lower watershed, it still climbs a net 650 ft. over a bit over 1.5 miles. After a few early switchbacks, you’ll…

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No Candies

No Candies

One of the flatter trails in the Ashland watershed, you have to climb several thousand feet just to get here. And, “flat” is a relative term; in Ashland, virtually no trail is flat, and this one is really rolling. You can get here via the Horn Gap Trail, FS Road 2060 or via FS Road 2060-400. From downtown or Lithia Park, this is going to be roughly 2500 feet of climbing. Still, once you’re here,…

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