Skyliners

Deschutes National Forest, Oregon

Distance0.1mi
Elevation Gain28ft
Trailhead Elevation4,942ft
Top4,942ft
Elevation Min/Max4922/4942ft
Elevation Start/End4942/4942ft

Skyliners

Skyliners is a hiking and biking trail in Deschutes County, Oregon. It is within Deschutes National Forest. It is 0.1 miles long and begins at 4,942 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 0.2 miles with a total elevation gain of 28 feet. The Tumalo Falls parking is near the trailhead. There are also an information board, a viewpoint, restrooms, and an information map. This trail connects with the following: Tumalo Creek Trail.

Skyliners Professional Review and Guide

"New stretches of single-track, old logging roads, and old trails come together to form this demanding loop. The loop passes three shelters that are popular in the winter with cross-country skiers. The mountain bike loop begins at a trailhead near the end of Skyliners Road. A new trail, Tumalo Creek Trail, connects this trailhead with the bottom of South Fork Trail. The park rangers suggest you use the South Fork Trail as an uphill route, which is very enjoyable.

It had its tough spots, but was pleasantly rideable - a gratifying challenge. South Fork Trail leads up to Swampy Lakes Shelter. Here you pick up Swede Ridge Trail, which crosses over to the lovely Swede Ridge Shelter. There are great views from Swede Ridge. From Swede Ridge Shelter you drop gently on a rough gravel road that tied into Tumalo Ridge Trail. The loop was completed with a switchbacking descent on this new trail. The trailhead is approximately 12 miles west of downtown Bend."

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Trail Information

Deschutes National Forest
Nearby City
Deschutes National Forest
Parks
Deschutes National Forest, Bend Ranger District 541-388-5664
Local Contacts
"Mountain Biking Central Oregon" a map by Fat Tire Publications, USGS Tumalo Falls
Local Maps

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Aug 2018