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The Dalles River Trail is an easy 0.8 mile hike or bike ride. The trail begins at 2,100 feet at the Dalles Campground and ends at 2,100 feet at the junction with Forest Road #73.

This trail follows the White River from Dalles Campground. At the trailhead is a 9.5 foot in diameter Douglas fir, one of the largest trees on the White River Ranger District.

Directions: From Enumclaw, Drive 25.8 miles east on State Hwy. 410 to the Dalles Campground. Turn right into campground, then drive 150 feet to a road on the right and follow this road north past campsites to the Big Tree parking area. Walk 100 feet to Big Douglas Fir site and trailhead.

Elevation: 2,100 feet

Ending Elevation: 2,100 feet

Distance: 0.8 miles

Usage: Moderate

Difficulty: Easy

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