Mckenzie River Trail 3705 is a hiking and biking trail in Lane County and Linn County, Oregon. It is within Willamette National Forest. It is 25.2 miles long and begins at 3,134 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 8.0 miles with a total elevation gain of 1,380 feet. Near the trailhead there is a parking. The Belknap Springs Post Office (historical) (elevation 1,660 feet) post office, the Tamolitch Blue Pool water, the Great Springs spring, and the Koosah Falls and Sahalie Falls Viewpoint can be seen along the trail. There is also a bench along the trail.
Mckenzie River Trail 3705 Professional Reviews and Guides
"Winding along the crystal-clear, fast-flowing McKenzie River, this classic singletrack trail twists its way through a forested ecosystem characterized by majestic stands of old-growth Douglas fir and a mix of younger trees with a spongy forest floor carpeted in green, glowing ferns and moss-coated logs. The trail is well maintained and full of bridges, stream crossings, waterfalls, and fast twisty sections. If you love to ride forever on singletrack, this trail is sure to please. Trail surface: Singletrack, doubletrack, and bridges."
--Lizann Dunegan, Mountain Biking Oregon: Northwest & Central Oregon (Falcon Guides).
"Hands-down, the McKenzie River National Recreation Trail is one of the most spectacular trails in the United States. This may sound like a bold claim, but after running a few miles through the pristine old-growth wilderness, most trail users will agree. The 26.5 miles of singletrack are punctuated by amazingly clear lakes and streams, roaring waterfalls, interesting lava ?ows, deep and mesmerizing aquamarine pools, and some of Oregon’s most breathtaking scenery."
--Lucas Alberg, Trail Running: Bend and Central Oregon (Wilderness Press).
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