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Cutthroat Pass – Mountain Biking –  August 7, 2009 & August 14, 2010

This trail is a favorite on the bike.  The first 1.7 miles climbs a mellow 400 ft as it follows Cutthroat Creek to Cutthroat Lake.  (Take a peek at Cutthroat Lake by taking the 0.2 mile spur trail.)  From the lake, the trail climbs another 1900 ft in 3.8 miles to Cutthroat Pass (6800 ft).  Prepare for gorgeous mountain views!

The trail is really nice for biking:  the grade is never too steep and the singletrack is basically smooth and firm, with variable sections of sandy, or loose rocky Eastern Washington tread.

To get here, take Road 400 from Highway 20 (North Cascades Highway), about 3 miles east of Washington Pass.  Trail 483 starts at 4500 ft.

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Driveway Butte Hike – September 22, 2007

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