Mule Mountain Tr919

3D view of Mule Mountain Trail #919

Overall: 6

Aerobic: 6

Technical: 5

Steepness: 5

Flow: 6

Singletrack: 100%

Mule Mountain Tr919 to Mule Cr Tr1159 could be ridden in either direction but Mule Cr Tr1159 is steeper and longer, and so makes the better downhill segment of this loop ride.




Avg: 10mi



Elevation Change

Avg Ascent:3600'

Ascent Incline



Avg: 2.5hr





Like Little Grayback Tr921, this ride is not very long.

The ride can be extended by riding out Charly Buck/Baldy Pk Tr918 past Baldy Peak, or as a shuttle ride in combination with Little Grayback Tr921.

Directions: See Map. View Larger Map. No Map?.

Mule Creek, Mule Mountain Trail #919 Topo Map

Loop Directions

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Mule Mountain Area Topo Map

  • TH: Ascend Mule Mountain, reaching the ridgeline at 2.5mi, then continuing to climb the sloping ridgeline to the ride summit, at Charly Buck/Baldy Pk Tr918 (4mi).
  • 4mimi: Go right on Charly Buck/Baldy Pk Tr918. The trail touches FR330 at 5mi and FR300 at 5.4mi.
  • 5.4mi: Go right at the FR300 intersection with Mule Cr Tr1159 and descend the Mule Creek drainage, crossing the creek at 7.6mi and with a number of smaller creek crossings along the way.
  • 9.4mi: Go left at the Mule Mt Tr919 intersection and return to the TH.



Trail Index

This Ride

Charly Buck/Baldy Peak Trail 918, Mule Creek Trail 1159, Mule Mountain Trail 919


Beaver Sulphur Campground, Carberry Campground, Flumet Flat Campground, French Gulch Campground, Harr Point Campground, Hart-Tish Campground, Jackson Campground, Latgawa Cove Campground, Seattle Bar Campground, Squaw Lakes Campground, Tipsu Tyee Campground, Watkins 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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