Catwalk Trail Details
Catwalk is a trail that can be ridden in either direction, but it is primarily a downhill trail. Catwalk begins with a fast steep rock section that leads into a large double jump. The trail turns down for the steep section known as the Freeway. Once off the Freeway section the trail turns to a twisty singletrack through the fir trees filled with some rollers and berms. There is minimal climbing on this trail.
This trail can be ridden year round and does get somewhat muddy during wet weather as there is less decomposed granite mixed into the soil.
From the White Rabbit Trail parking lot ride up the Ashland Loop Rd from the locked gate for 3 miles to the parking lot of 4 Corners. While climbing from the Toothpick trailhead it turns steep and remains steep for the last 2 miles until you cross another closed gate. Once around the second gate you have reached the 4 Corners parking lot. The trail begins at the north end of the parking lot.
This trail can be shuttled by car also. Take Tolman Creek Rd (2080) from the south end of Ashland and drive up the paved portion to the Toothpick Trailhead. 4 miles from the Toothpick trailhead the road will split, so stay right as the last 1 mile section will bring you to the 4 Corners parking area.
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More Stats for Catwalk Trail mountain bike trail
Altitude change-933 ft
Altitude min3,412 ft
Altitude max4,345 ft
Altitude start4,345 ft
Altitude end3,412 ft
Distance climb1,074 ft
Distance down1 miles
Distance flat284 ft
Avg reverse time00:33:18
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Catwalk Trail Trail Reports
Jul 8, 2017 @ 3:27pmJul 8, 2017
Jul 1, 2017 @ 4:14pmJul 1, 2017
May 29, 2017 @ 7:51pmMay 29, 2017
|The very top section at 4 Corners is still closed but the trail can be accessed from the top rock garden.|
Feb 26, 2017 @ 8:23amFeb 26, 2017
|Closed until July 1st due to logging|
Jan 29, 2017 @ 6:43pmJan 29, 2017
|The trail is covered in snow and there are several large trees across the trail.|
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