Red Lake Tr719 to Lodgepole Tr706 are two moderate trails which cover the very popular Lake Olallie interlake backcountry.
From the FR320 TH, Red Lake Tr719 ascends 1000' in the first mile (to Red Lake). Intermediate riders may instead wish to start the ride from Triangle or Si Lake.
Additional terrain can be found on Rhododendron Rdg Tr564.
The ride starts at Red Lake Tr719, with Fish Lake Tr717 as a side spur to Si lake.
Many, many, many lakes in this area, so there are likely many unmarked trails to be explored, however please respect any wilderness area bike restrictions and not ride if it is posted as prohibited.
The forest service has increased the biking wilderness restriction postings the past few years. As always, no PCT biking.
Mosquitoes are ferocious in this area until August. Feel free to try the natural repellents, and avoid drinking carbonated drinks prior to riding, but Deet 100 may be the only protection from 'the swarm'.
Fish Lake Trail 717, Lodgepole Trail 706, Red Lake Trail 719
Double Peaks Trail 735, Gibson Lake Trail 708, Horseshoe Saddle Trail 712, Monon Lake Trail 729, Olallie Lake Trail 731, Pacific Crest Trail 2000-F, Russ Lake Trail 716, Timber Lake Trail 733
Breitenbush Campground, Camp Ten Campground, Paul Dennis Campground, Horseshoe Lake Campground, Peninsula Campground, Tower Lake Campground, Triangle Lake Equestrian Campground
Ranking consistently applied to all of the listed trails.