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Schweitzer Creek

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From the very get go this run makes you work. A long, long climb up some very steep grades make you work endlessly. Keep to the right when to road Y's. As the road starts to make its' descent; look for a blue diamond on a tree on the left. This is the Cross Country Ski trail that you can use to make a loop. Just follow the diamonds through the trees. You'll run into another trail that used to be a logging road the the forest service is no longer maintaining. Turn right and enjoy the ride back down. This in not for the faint of heart. It is a long climb up, and a tricky ride on the ski trail. But well worth it if you think that you're up to it.
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Trail Directions
From Seattle; head north on HWY 9 to HWY 92 and then head east. Once in Granite Falls, continue east on the Mountain Loop Hwy. Continue east and approx. 4.7 miles east of the Verlot Ranger Station, look for FS road 4020. Park off to the side.
Trail Length
14 miles
Trail Level
Trail Type
Singletrack & Fire Roads
Granite Falls

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