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Beartrap Trail, Oregon

   
The total elevation difference for this wilderness trail is 2,567 feet which is a higher than average number. There are two trailheads to chose from, one in each end which means you have the option of backcountry hiking it one way if you have someone to pick you up at the other end. Sometimes this backpacking trail gets really dry, so do check for current fire restrictions before you go if you plan to bring a stove or make a camp fire. Now, this is roughly a 2-day backcountry hike, so it's a glorious thing if your backpack is big enough to do the job. Now this backpacking trail is pretty long, so don't forget to pack enough supplies. This hiking trail goes through some very different elevations, and that means that some parts of the hiking trail could be very different from other parts of it. With its 15 miles of walking distance; it's considered a longer trek.


Trailhead 1 to Trailhead 2:
Total hiking length = 7.5 miles
Total climbing distance = 2.7 miles
Difficulty : Difficult
Casual Hiking Pace: 6.5 hours
Fast Hiking Pace: 3.5 hours

Trailhead 2 to Trailhead 1:
Total hiking length = 7.5 miles
Total climbing distance = 3.8 miles
Difficulty : Difficult
Casual Hiking Pace: 7 hours
Fast Hiking Pace: 4 hours
    Trailhead 1 back to Trailhead 1:
Total hiking length = 15 miles
Total climbing distance = 6.5 miles
Difficulty : Difficult
Casual Hiking Pace: 2 days
Fast Hiking Pace: 8.5 hours

Trailhead 2 back to Trailhead 2:
Total hiking length = 15 miles
Total climbing distance = 6.5 miles
Difficulty : Difficult
Casual Hiking Pace: 2 days
Fast Hiking Pace: 8.5 hours

Total elevation difference: 2567 feet
   
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