White Rabbit Trail #1002


The White Rabbit Trail connects the Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest to Ashland via Siskiyou Mountain Park (City of Ashland Parks and Recreation). From the upper trailhead on Forest Road 2060 the trail follows a shaded fuel break up the ridge, then drops off the ridge to the east in to Siskiyou Mountain Park. There are several short loops that add some spice; Queen of Hearts, Mad Hatter, March Hare, and Cheshire Cat all return to the main trail. Near the bottom there are connector trails to the Southern Oregon Land Conservancy Todd Oredson Woods and to Park Street.

Primarily a mountain bike route, this is a challenging ride in either direction. Most will ride it down hill from the Forest Road 2060. Horses are permitted on the trail but not recommended.

Special considerations: The White Rabbit trail is a cooperative effort with the Hamilton Creek Coordinated Resource Area, a partnership between federal and local land management agencies and private landowners. Please respect private property and stay on the trail. When fire danger is high, access may be restricted. Bicycle or horse use is not recommended in rainy weather when soils are wet.

At a Glance

Fees No
Open Season: Year Round
Usage: Medium
Closest Towns: Ashland, OR
Water: Not available. Surface water should be treated.
Information Center: Siskiyou Mountains Ranger District

General Information


Use White Rabbit Trailhead

General Notes:
  • Connecting trails: Caterpillar Trail #1004 (area is unavailable)
  • Trail is not designed for: pack and saddle, motorized bike, ATV, 4-wheel drive, barrier free



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Mountain Biking

Difficulty Level: Most Difficult


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  Area/Length : 
2.3 miles

  Elevation : 
2,400 feet - 3,100 feet range