Steep and rocky tread makes it a very challenging bike ride. Heading north, the trail begins climbing immediately through a large clearcut (1989) for about 0.5 mile with Frost Mountain to the right, crosses a divide and begins a rapid descent to the South Fork Taneum Creek, which the trail crosses before ending on trail 1367 South Fork Taneum. Portions of the trail were reconstructed in 1979, but the trail is mostly steep and rugged. South from the trailhead, the trail follows the 3100-124 spur road for about 800 feet before heading off to the left into forest. The trail continues on a gentle up and down grade through trees, meadows and clearcuts for about a mile to its end at a junction with Shoestring Lake Trail 1385.
Seasonal closure in effect yearly April 1 through June 15. This trail may open prior to June 15 if conditons permit. It will be posted open on the ground and on this site at that time.
From I-90 Exit 101, travel south and southeast on Thorp Highway for 2 miles, turn right onto Miller Road and follow it to the junction with Robinson Canyon Road, where Miller changes to Cove Road. Follow Cove Road to the junction with Manastash Road and turn right and follow Manastash Road to the end of the pavement. Continue on Forest Road 3100 beyond Buck Meadows to the trailhead. Ttoal distance is about 27 miles from I-90.
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More Stats for Frost Mountain Trail bike trail
Altitude change1,083 ft
Altitude min3,609 ft
Altitude start3,806 ft
Altitude end4,889 ft
Distance climb2 miles
Distance down1 miles
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- Snow Packed
- Snow Covered
- Freeze/thaw Cycle
- Prevalent Mud
- Very Dry
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