Cake Ridge Spur

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Cake Ridge Spur is a short dirt trail connecting three other nearby trails. This trail is part of a network of trails between Cottonwood Pass and Cumberland Pass. Cake Ridge Spur offers a chance to get out of the trees and catch glimpses of the surrounding area. The trail crosses Cow Creek at its south end, but the crossing has a man-made hard bottom that is usually only a few inches deep. It's also common to see cattle on this trail.

Although there are no campsites on this trail, all nearby trails have obvious campsites.

This trail is rated as moderate due to the frequent rutted-out sections along its length. A few of these ruts have bypasses, while others must be driven through. The ruts can be around a foot deep, which poses risks to vehicles with low clearance. However, any vehicle with AWD or 4WD and clearance can easily drive this trail.