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Mt. Ray Trail

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2.7 miles
1050' ↑

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Trail Description

 E-bikes NOT allowed on Mt. Ray

The Mt. Ray Trail follows the Ray Creek drainage on moderate grades and passes through Pothole Meadows. After the meadows the trail begins to climb to the South Waldo Trail #3586. If riding, do not go any further on Mt Ray Trail as the trail crosses quickly into a wilderness area.

Trail description from the US Forest Service website.

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    1. BendTrails says:

      Closed because of the Cedar Creek Fire.

    2. Joe Myers says:

      Closed due to Cedar Fire.

    3. Ed Willson says:

      cleared on 7/9/22, Waldo Ultras.

    4. BendTrails says:

      trail should be clear per waldo 100 crew.

    5. BendTrails says:

      trail now clear per Waldo 100 crew!

    6. Joe Myers says:

      trail should now be clear per waldo 100 crew

    7. Ed Willson says:

      Several big trees on trail. Standing water in meadow. Mosquitoes at level 8/10. Logging and tread work scheduled for 7/22.

    8. Joe Myers says:

      rode the loop CW yesterday. Indeed riding up Fuji was much better than riding up Mt Ray, but you might ride more total elevation on Fuji as the trail goes up and down like a roller coaster. The descent down Ray is a sustained downhill, but doesn’t ride all to well in my opinion.

    9. Marc Fortier says:

      Plenty huckleberries !

    10. Joe Myers says:

      One tree was down a couple days ago. Rideable

      1. I’ll add that downhill is the better way to ride this trail. It’s pretty steep and technical.

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