Little Pend Oreille ORV Trail System Horseback Riding
The 10th most popular equestrian trail in Washington.
Wednesday 17 August 2016 04:09 GMT
North of Spokane and east of Colville in the Three Rivers Ranger District, the Little Pend Oreille ORV Trail System totals 67 miles for horseback riding. The Little Pend Oreille trail system includes 67.5 miles of loop trails that provide access to Thomas Mountain, Green Mountain, and Granite Peak. System offers several short loops on the trail which connects to the Batey-Bould trail system.
Access Points: Mill Creek- travel state Route 20 for 26 miles east of Colville and then follow county road 4954 for 1/4 miles to trail head. Clark Creek- travel state Route 20 for 20 miles east of Colville and turn on Forest Service road 2389. Frater Lake- travel state Route 20 for 29 miles east of Coville. Trailhead is adjacent to state Route 20.
Keep an eye out for caribou, moose and grizzly in the northeast corner of this national forest.
Overall, Little Pend Oreille ORV Trail System is the 10th most popular horse trail of all 32 horseback rides in Washington. Several of the better horse trails are nearby Little Pend Oreille ORV Trail System including South Fork Silver Creek Trail, Kettle Crest / Sherman Trail, Riverside State Park, Gillette Ridge Trail System, Mount Spokane State Park and Liberty Lake Regional Park.