Goodman Trail

Eugene, Oregon

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This loop involves climbing on gravel Goodman Creek Road to the top of the trail, then descending on single-track. The loop begins with a very brief stretch (.2 mile) on busy OR 58. The ride is mostly downhill, but it includes some short, moderately difficult climbs. The single-track includes technical roots, waterbars, rocks, switchbacks, exposed drop-offs, and some steep and tricky downhills. The trailhead is approximately 25 miles east of Eugene (about 14 miles west of Oakridge).

Goodman Trail Professional Review and Guide

"This loop involves climbing on gravel Goodman Creek Road to the top of the trail, then descending on single-track. The loop begins with a very brief stretch (.2 mile) on busy OR 58. The ride is mostly downhill, but it includes some short, moderately difficult climbs.

The single-track includes technical roots, waterbars, rocks, switchbacks, exposed drop-offs, and some steep and tricky downhills. The trailhead is approximately 25 miles east of Eugene (about 14 miles west of Oakridge)."

Activity Type: Mountain Biking
Nearby City: Eugene
Distance: 7.9
Elevation Gain: 1,050 feet
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Technical Difficulty: Difficult
Physical Difficulty: Moderate
Season: Summer, stay off when wet
Trailhead Elevation: 950 feet
Top Elevation: 1,600 feet
Local Contacts: Willamette National Forest, Lowell Ranger District 541-937-2129
Local Maps: District map of the Lowell Ranger District, "Bike Routes: Oakridge / Upper Willamette", USGS Mount June
Driving Directions: Directions to Goodman Trail

Recent Trail Reviews

5/31/2009
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Excellent intermediate ride if you start at the trail head about a quarter of a mile east of Goodman Creek Road off of Hwy 58. Excellent single track including moderate switch backs, challenging climbs, fun fast down hill runs, and amazing scenery. Beware of many hikers and bikers along the trail. Outstanding ride.



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