It starts in open eastern Washington forest and after a couple miles gains the grassy slopes above 6000' with sweeping views south down the Entiat River valley and west into the Entiat Mountains around Garland and Fifth of July Mtn's.
The Duncan Hill Trail begins at the end of Forest Service Road 5608 just past North Fork Campground and ends at Emerald Park Trail #1230 within Glacier Peak Wilderness.
The trail is open to motorized trail bike only on segments outside Wilderness. This steep, rocky ridge trail is popular during hunting season. Segments of the trail can be negotiated by motor bikes from Anthem Creek and the first 4 miles from the Duncan Ridge Road.
From Entiat, WA travel south on Highway 97A for 1.2 miles and turn right (west) on Entiat River Road. Travel 28.5 miles where Entiat River Road turns left slightly and becomes Forest Road 51. Follow for about 4 miles and go right on Forest Road 5608 (just past North Fork Campground) and travel to the end to reach the Duncan Hill Trailhead.
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More Stats for Duncan Hill Trail #1434 mountain bike trail
Altitude change2,285 ft
Altitude min5,148 ft
Altitude start5,148 ft
Altitude end7,433 ft
Distance climb4 miles
Distance down1 miles
Distance flat796 ft
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- Snow Packed
- Snow Covered
- Freeze/thaw Cycle
- Prevalent Mud
- Very Dry
Duncan Hill... Trail Reports
Oct 14, 2018 @ 11:05pmOct 14, 2018
|All clear but be ready for a few steep sections before the final mile long push to the top|
Routes with this trail
|Duncan Hill loop||24 miles|
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