Copple Butte Trail

Ukiah, Oregon

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You get a solid upper-body workout hefting and dragging your bike through the wreckage of this route. Keeping track of where the trail goes is another aspect of the adventure. Weekends might be better for this ride (to avoid the logging trucks). The trail was in good shape and fun to ride on after the first several miles. This is a rather long ride with a good deal of moderately difficult climbing. Dense woods preclude any distant views. Wear hunter orange if you pedal here in the mid-to late fall. The trailhead is about 40 miles west of Ukiah.
Mountain Bike! Oregon

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Mountain Bike! Oregon

by Laurie & Chris Leman (Menasha Ridge Press)

You get a solid upper-body workout hefting and dragging your bike through the wreckage of this route. Keeping track of where the trail goes is another aspect of the adventure. Weekends might be better for this ride (to avoid the logging trucks).

The trail was in good shape and fun to ride on after the first several miles. This is a rather long ride with a good deal of moderately difficult climbing. Dense woods preclude any distant views. Wear hunter orange if you pedal here in the mid-to late fall. The trailhead is about 40 miles west of Ukiah.

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Activity Type: Mountain Biking
Nearby City: Ukiah
Distance: 16
Elevation Gain: 2,520 feet
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Technical Difficulty: Difficult
Physical Difficulty: Moderate to Difficult
Season: Summer or fall, often too wet in early spring.
Trailhead Elevation: 4,740 feet
Top Elevation: 5,440 feet
Local Contacts: Umatilla National Forest, Heppner Ranger District 541-676-9187
Local Maps: District map of the Heppner Ranger District, USGS Madison Butte, Arbuckle Mountain, and Summerfield Ridge
Driving Directions: Directions to Copple Butte Trail

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May 2018