Holder Ridge Trail
The Holder Ridge Trail is a 3.8-mile moderately trafficked loop trail in Taylor Mountain Forest. It’s rated as easy and shared by hikers, trail runners, and horseback riders. While the trail doesn’t boast impressive views, it’s a pleasant and pretty walk through the forest and it’s suitable for beginners.
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Route Description for Holder Ridge Trail
The Holder Ridge Trail is a hike in the forest shared by hikers, runners, and equestrians. The wooded trail is calming and serene. Runners and hikers, remember to announce yourselves to horseback riders as you approach them.
Begin from the trailhead. The trail begins across the street. Stay right immediately and follow the route as it switchbacks up a moderately steep section (if you prefer to descend steeper parts, go counterclockwise). There is a junction on the corner of one of the first switchbacks; stay left. As the trail begins to turn back downhill, stay right and then go straight through the 5-way junction. This trail (Road A) will take you back to your starting point.
Getting to the Holder Ridge Trail Trailhead
The trailhead for the Holder Ridge Trail is off 298th Ave SE, where there is parking.
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