OCandE–Woods Line State Trail by Klamath Rails-to-Trails Group

Klamath Falls, Oregon

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Explore the 98-mile OC&E–Woods Line State Trail for its solitude and panoramic views. Walkers, joggers, cyclists, equestrians, skateboarders, and other nonmotorized travelers have one thing in common on this great pathway—they’re all welcome! The trail is paved for 3.3 miles out of Klamath Falls. On the remainder of the trail, all the heavy ballast has been graded off and compacted with a vibrating roller to create a smooth surface. Equestrians and joggers share a wood-chip trail.

OC&E–Woods Line State Trail by Klamath Rails-to-Trails Group Professional Review and Guide

"Explore the 98-mile OC&E–Woods Line State Trail for its solitude and panoramic views. Walkers, joggers, cyclists, equestrians, skateboarders, and other nonmotorized travelers have one thing in common on this great pathway—they’re all welcome!

The trail is paved for 3.3 miles out of Klamath Falls. On the remainder of the trail, all the heavy ballast has been graded off and compacted with a vibrating roller to create a smooth surface. Equestrians and joggers share a wood-chip trail."

Activity Type: Birding, Cross-Country Skiing, Fishing, Horseback Riding, Mountain Biking, Rail-Trails, Trail Running
Nearby City: Klamath Falls
Distance: 98
Trail Type: Shuttle
Surface:
Access: Easy to Moderate
Best Times: Open year-round
Accessibility: Stroller/Wheelchair Accessible
Local Contacts: Collier State Park
Driving Directions: Directions to OC&E–Woods Line State Trail by Klamath Rails-to-Trails Group

Recent Trail Reviews

7/19/2006
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This is a great trail. We took this trail with our 2 young children ages 8 and 6 . the youngest was on a taga long bike and did just fine. We started at mile 31 went down the trail and then discovered we were heading in the wrong direction as it had been our aim to get to the Sprague River to cool off. We then took the other direction only to find that after a mile or so the trail ended and was marked closed by an orange fence. bummer we were really enjoying ourselves uptil then. My kids had to make do with a small ' horse ' watering hole.



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