This trail is a long single track that weaves along the crests of several mountains that separate the Columbia river valley from Republic and Curlew. The trail is long and a bit rocky in places, but the views are spectacular. From various places on the trail you can see the North Cascades, as well as the Canadian Rockies. This ride is best done by starting at the Sherman Pass Trail Head on highway 20 and arranging to be picked up on Boulder-Deer Creek Pass to the North.
How to get there:
From Republic or Kettle Falls, Head up Sherman Pass (Hwy 20). Turn into the trail head/ campground to the north when you get to the top of the pass.
The ride starts at an elevation of about 5200 feet and climbs from there