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Rye Spur Trail

Access to the Rye Spur trail is below the dam on the south end of Four Mile Lake. Climb for approximately 3 miles before a nice 1,200’ descent. For an out and back start off of FS Road 3633 and ride up Rye Spur trail for about ½ mile to the canal then you have a gentle grade to Four Mile Lake.


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