Rye Spur Tr3771

3D view of Rye Spur Trail #3771

Overall: 6

Aerobic: 6

Technical: 5

Steepness: 6

Flow: 6

Singletrack: 100%

Rye Spur Tr3771 is an OAB ride, one of several popular ride options in the Lake of the Woods area.

Type

OAB

Length

Avg: 13mi

Ascent

Moderate

Elevation Change

TH:5000'
Avg Ascent:2850'

Ascent Incline

9%

Duration

Avg: 3hr

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The non-wilderness portion of Mt McLaughlin Tr3716 and FR3661 could provide an easier ascent or an option for those wanting to extend the ride.

Upper Canal Tr241 is FR290 and runs alongside the Cascade Canal. Rye Spur Tr3771 crosses then parallels the Cascade Canal, to Fourmile Lake.

Also check out Brown Mtn Tr1005 and High Lakes Tr6200, which also includes the non-wilderness portion of Mountain Lakes Tr3721.

Directions: The Rye Spur TH is on the north side of SR140, 1mi west of the Great Meadow parking area, and .25mi past the Lake Of The Woods Resort and Aspen Point CG Rd. Alternately, park near Lake of the Woods and use the Sunset Tr3742 and Nature Tr3735 for access. View Larger Map. No Map?.

Rye Spur Trail #3771 Topo Map

OAB Directions

lake to lake

Rye Spur Area Topo Map

  • TH: Cross SR140 and FR550 then use .7mi of Nature Tr3735 to access Rye Spur Tr3771. Steep ascent to the top of Rye Spur, crossing FR3633 at 1.2mi and Upper Canal Tr241 at 1.8mi.
  • 3.2mi: Crest the Rye Spur summit, having ascended 1450'. Relatively flat riding to Fourmile Lake, paralleling Cascade Canal.
  • 6.4mi: Fourmile Lake.

 

 

Trail Index

This Ride

Rye Spur Trail 3771

Hiking

Long Lake Trail 3759, Mount McLoughlin Trail 3716

Campgrounds

Aspen Point Campground, Fourmile Lake Campground, Sunset Campground

 

Trail Rankings

Ranking consistently applied to all of the listed trails.

  • Overall Rating: Ride quality and challenge
  • Aerobic: Ascent challenge
  • Technical Difficulty: Terrain challenge
  • Steepness: Average incline
  • Flow: Uninterrupted riding
  • Elevation Change: Total elevation gain
  • Ride Difficulty: Terrain challenge

 

 

 

 

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