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Ross Creek Loop - Wada Way and Keetley Trails
Two connected singletrack loops create an easy 3.5 mile ride at the Ross Creek Trailhead for the Jordanelle Perimeter Trail. Riding season is mid to late May through November.  Suitable for beginning riders. The trails lie in Jordanelle State Park -- there's a small fee to park or ride here.
Riding notes, figure-8 route:
0.0  L after gate (Wada Way)
       N40 39.268 W111 24.837
0.9  Cross old road (Jordanelle)
       N40 38.813 W111 24.681
       20 feet, then L (Keetley)
1.6  Cross old road, veer L
       N40 38.481 W111 24.726
       (R = Jordanelle Perimeter)
2.5  Back at old road, cross
       N40 38.813 W111 24.681
       Keep R on Jordanelle Perimeter
3.0  R on Wada Way
       N40 39.045 W111 24.936
3.5  Back at trailhead
Getting there, Ross Creek Trailhead:  Take the Kamas exit to Highway 248 eastbound from US-40. After cresting the hill and dropping into a small valley around 3 miles from US-40, turn right at the sign for Jordanelle and proceed to the parking area. Pay your fee as you enter parking.
Fee Area! This is a state park. In 2017, entry is $7 per car ($4 senior). Ride-ins are $4 per bicycle. Payment is via self-service envelope, so bring exact change or a checkbook.
Trail conditions, connections, and alignments will change. Use this guide at your own risk. 2017