Huckleberry Jeep Trail

The Huckleberry Jeep Trail is challenging and rises over 1600 feet

Huckleberry Jeep Trail


Description: The Huckleberry Jeep Trail is a very direct and challenging tract that rises over 1600 feet to the northwest side of Huckleberry Mountain. and dips back down to Barnaby Creek on the south side of the mountain. It is open to all vehicles but only recommended for high-clearance OHV and 4 wheel drive. It offers elevated views of remote country and huckleberries in season.

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2 thoughts on “Huckleberry Jeep Trail”

  1. The Tri-County Motorized Recreation Association is hosting a guided ride on this trail on 10/13/18 – meet us at the Canyon Creek campground on Bangs Mountain Road, just off of Highway 20, not far west of Barney’s Junction/Noisy Waters Tribal store/gas station, at 0900.

    Our website is – check out our ride schedule and join us! Membership not required to ride with us – Jeeps, dirt bikes, ATVs, and OHVs are welcomeQ

  2. Ran to the top of huckleberry mtn 11 18 18. Interesting swirchbacks at top. Not too bad going up but dicey coming down with snow on the trail. Looking forward to running the rest of the trail but will wait for spring as the switchbacks are tricky for solo with snow on them.

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