Umpqua Hot Springs

Clearwater, Oregon

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This ride includes a 3.7 mile loop and an out-and-back that is 2.8 miles long. There is a moderately difficult half-mile stretch of paved cycling on Forest Service Road 34, and there are some moderately difficult rolling hills on the North Umpqua Trail 1414. The hike to the springs is short but steep. The ride begins with about one mile of pavement, then travels over gravel road in good condition for 3.5 miles. The rest of the trip is on a single-track trail in fair to good condition. The ride starts at Toketee Lake Campground near Clearwater. Clearwater is approximately 60 miles east of Roseburg and about 20 miles northwest of Diamond Lake.

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"This ride includes a 3.7 mile loop and an out-and-back that is 2.8 miles long. There is a moderately difficult half-mile stretch of paved cycling on Forest Service Road 34, and there are some moderately difficult rolling hills on the North Umpqua Trail 1414. The hike to the springs is short but steep.

The ride begins with about one mile of pavement, then travels over gravel road in good condition for 3.5 miles. The rest of the trip is on a single-track trail in fair to good condition. The ride starts at Toketee Lake Campground near Clearwater. Clearwater is approximately 60 miles east of Roseburg and about 20 miles northwest of Diamond Lake."

Activity Type: Mountain Biking
Nearby City: Clearwater
Distance: 6.5
Elevation Gain: 440 feet
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Technical Difficulty: Moderate
Physical Difficulty: Easy
Season: Year-round
Trailhead Elevation: 2,440 feet
Top Elevation: 2,680 feet
Local Contacts: Umpqua National Forest, Diamond Lake Ranger District 541-498-2531
Local Maps: District map of the Diamond Lake Ranger District, USGS Potter Mountain and Toketee Falls
Driving Directions: Directions to Umpqua Hot Springs

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May 2018