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White Rabbit Trail Running

Ashland is surrounded by mountains, so most of the trail running here is of the hilly variety. The White Rabbit Trail, part of Ashland’s “Siskiyou Mountain Park”, offers an opportunity to try a classic Ashland hilly trail run. The trail heads uphill most of the roughly 2 miles to the end and, of course, downhill on the trail you had already traversed.

As you head up the White Rabbit Trail, there will be a few trail loops (Looking Glass, Queen of Hearts and Cheshire Cat) that can add some different scenery to your run on either your way up or down and lead you back to the White Rabbit.

Additionally, a newer trail in town (constructed in 2010), Mike Uhtoff Trail, also passes by the White Rabbit at various points, and is a hiker only trail. It’s another fun option to try.

The trail offers a challenging way to get in a run, but the views of the valley and peace along the trail will make the effort worth your while.

Difficulty Level: Moderate to Challenging

Directions: Access this trail by leaving downtown Ashland southeast on Siskiyou Blvd. Follow Siskiyou Blvd to Park St and take a right and head up the steep hill. If you drive there you will want to park on the top side street, Tamarack Rd, so your car is level. Continue up Park St, and follow the road about a 1/2 mile to the marked trailhead.

Outdoor Recreation Safety Note: Please be sure to read our safety note on our Outdoor Recreation home page.

White Rabbit Trail

White Rabbit Trail