Mountain Biking Trails in Oregon
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Mountain Biking Trails in Oregon

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Oregon has 5,520 mountain biking trails. These trails range from 0 to 98 miles in length. The most popular trails are Broken Top, Todd Lake Picnic Area and Shevlin Park Trail. Trails.com member Leigha H. recently completed Champoeg State Park.
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The trail is mostly single-track. Parts of the trail require excellent bike-handling skills, ...
A stay at the lookout tower at Fivemile Butte has you positioned to explore miles of top-notch ...
Mount Hebo Road is a hiking, biking, and horse trail in Tillamook County and Yamhill County, ...
Highlights: Fun singletrack in the city; nice views and good exercise. Tread: Singletrack; ...
Phil's Trail is a hiking and biking trail in Deschutes County, Oregon. It is within Deschutes ...
This trail is one of the classic singletrack Oregon rides that has everything an avid ...
Shevlin Park Trail is a hiking and biking trail in Deschutes County, Oregon. It is within ...
This gorgeous lake ride is a great introduction to riding singletrack. The ride meanders ...
This is a popular hiking trail, so watch for traffic on the road portions of the loop. ...
Details are for north to south ride. This ride really is a treasure. The trail closely ...
The route travels on singletrack trails and a doubletrack gravel road through the scenic ...
Larison Rock is a hiking and biking trail in Lane County, Oregon. It is within Willamette ...
Mckenzie River Trail 3705 is a hiking and biking trail in Lane County and Linn County, ...
On the west side of the Cascade Range, midway between Bend and Eugene. A classic ride. ...
Mount Tabor Park is one of those urban sanctuaries where you can still find wild in the ...
Southeast Portland metro area. Tread: Mountain View Trail, .6 mile, is paved. The other ...
Forty-three miles west of Portland. Tread: Dirt singletrack for 6.5 miles, gravel for ...
One of the features of this park is a gravel "rails-to-trails" bike path; it heads up ...
Take a scenic desert tour in a canyon above the Deschutes River. Visit the Columbia Gorge, ...
Highlights: Great singletrack, University Falls, and lush forest. Tread: 7.3 miles singletrack; ...
This moderately difficult ride begins with the most demanding terrain. The pedaling gets ...
You’ll love this fast, easy route, which sweeps through an attractive forest along the ...
Here’s a classic singletrack trail, which circles Paulina and East Lakes, two glacial ...
On the eastern edge of Portland along the Columbia River. Tread: Gravel and sand roads ...
The trail starts in Sisters. Tread: 12.5 miles of singletrack, 3.9 miles of doubletrack, ...
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