Batey-Bould ORV Area For Mountain Biking
The 43rd most popular mountain bike trail in Washington.
Friday 24 June 2016 04:09 GMT
Southeast of Colville and east of Chewelah, the Batey-Bould ORV Area has a network of 18 miles of trails. The terrain in this trail system ranges from meadows to mountain peaks. There is a view of the Pend Oreille River Valley from Tacoma Peak and Boulder Mountain loops and visit the Uptagraph homestead site on trail #306. The trail system links to the 45-mile Little Pend Oreille Trail System.
To get to the trailhead, go .5 mile north of Cusick on SR 20. Turn left (west) on Kapps Lane. Continue 1 mile to the end of the road and turn right (north) on West Calispell Road. Continue for 2 miles and turn left (west) onSicley Road (CR 2341). The trailhead is another mile from the turn off.
To reach the mountain biking trailhead from Newport follow state Route 20 to Cusick. Continue on state Route 20 and turn west on Kapps Lane (county road 2290). Continue on road 2290 to the intersection with West Callispell Road (county road 9205). Turn north and follow road 9205 2 miles to the intersection with Siciey Road (county road 2341). Turn west and follow road 2341 1.5 miles to trailhead.
Overall, Batey-Bould ORV Area is the 43rd most popular mountain bike trail of all 59 mountain biking rides in Washington. Several of the better mountain bike trails are nearby Batey-Bould ORV Area including Colville National Forest, Frater Lake Trail, Kettle Crest / Sherman Trail, Gillette Ridge Trail System, South Fork Silver Creek Trail, Geophysical Trail System, Centennial Trail, .