Well this trail is the best I could find around the Wasco/ west stc area its not that long but it can be an escape from the "great western trail" which it runs next to and is its entrance and exit, there is one creek crossing, and i would suggest being in a low gear while doing it because the entrance/exit of the creek can be steep, and when you cross the creek the trail goes on for a short short while and then you end up in a field, basically if you head north you might hit empire rd. but i believe it is private property you ride on, so i usually turn around, if you have gotten this far you will probably have realized there are some BMX jumps that you ride through. Some of the jumps can be fun but some i wouldn't recommend to local mountain bikers, unless you have some freestyle experience, or you are a bmx rider, although the burms are fun.
Ok, there are two ways out of this place, you can go back the way you came, and remember to take the same route, or you can continue back to where you came in from the east, the second way is when you get to the "jumps" to take a right, and follow any path that heads south, the most direct path is the one closest to the west, you will know you are on this trail when you merge with another trail that runs east to west and has major errosion. During this merge you want to keep left and then at the next trail you will meet, that runs north south, you go right down the hill and to the great western trail, to get out (coming from the east) you must make a left (coming from the west) you make a right.
How to get there:
Coming from the east you can go two ways, but you must first be on route 64, you can either take a right at Burlington road, follow that turn onto Lafox rd and then go straight, do not turn left and you will be on brown road drive up the hill and past the turn there is a bike path and a small gravel place to park on your left, you are going to go on the path heading west (opposite if the direction your car is) for about 1/8 to 1/4 of a mile until you get to an entrance that you might not see unless you are on the watch, the entrance is on your right. The second way to get here is to continue on 64 without turning on Burlington road, past the town of Wasco to brown road, slightly before the "silverado" resturaunt you are going to make a right turn on this road, and go until you see a bike path, if you have gone through a sharp turn you have gone to far, there is a small gravel parking area on your right, and you will want to go to the west on the bike path, away from Wasco, and where you parked. The alternative way to get here is from the west, you are goin to want to be on route 64, and find hansen road which is after a gas station and some homes, go until you see a bike path, and there should be a gravel parking lot on your right, park there and head east, for about 3-4 miles, where on your left will be a small trail that goes up
and if you continue for another .5 of a mile you will be at brown road and you can follow the same directions above.
Some local paintballers come here from time to time, and usually litter, no harm done.