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Southern Oregon's Best Mountain Bike Trails

08.07.15

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  • Moon Point Trail.- Southern Oregon's Best Mountain Bike Trails
  • Summit Lake + Windy Lakes Loop.- Southern Oregon's Best Mountain Bike Trails
  • Summit Lake + Windy Lakes Loop.- Southern Oregon's Best Mountain Bike Trails
  • Summit Lake + Windy Lakes Loop.- Southern Oregon's Best Mountain Bike Trails
  • Alpine Trail.- Southern Oregon's Best Mountain Bike Trails
  • Timpanogas, Indigo + June Lake Trails.- Southern Oregon's Best Mountain Bike Trails
  • Timpanogas, Indigo + June Lake Trails.- Southern Oregon's Best Mountain Bike Trails
  • Windy Pass + Sawtooth Mountain Loop.- Southern Oregon's Best Mountain Bike Trails
  • Windy Pass + Sawtooth Mountain Loop.- Southern Oregon's Best Mountain Bike Trails
  • North Umpqua Trail, Lemelo Segment.- Southern Oregon's Best Mountain Bike Trails
  • North Umpqua Trail, Lemelo Segment.- Southern Oregon's Best Mountain Bike Trails
  • North Umpqua Trail, Lemelo Segment.- Southern Oregon's Best Mountain Bike Trails
  • North Umpqua Trail, Dread + Terror Segment.- Southern Oregon's Best Mountain Bike Trails
  • North Umpqua Trail, Dread + Terror Segment.- Southern Oregon's Best Mountain Bike Trails
  • Salmon Creek Trail.- Southern Oregon's Best Mountain Bike Trails
  • Salmon Creek Trail.- Southern Oregon's Best Mountain Bike Trails
  • Salmon Creek + Heckletooth Loop.- Southern Oregon's Best Mountain Bike Trails
  • Mariposa lily (Calochortus) on the Salmon Creek + Heckletooth Loop.- Southern Oregon's Best Mountain Bike Trails
  • Salmon Creek + Heckletooth Loop.- Southern Oregon's Best Mountain Bike Trails
  • Salmon Creek + Heckletooth Loop.- Southern Oregon's Best Mountain Bike Trails
  • South Salmon Creek Trail + Eugene to Crest Trail Loop.- Southern Oregon's Best Mountain Bike Trails
  • South Salmon Creek Trail + Eugene to Crest Trail Loop.- Southern Oregon's Best Mountain Bike Trails
  • Lost Creek Trail + Sawtooth Trail + Hardesty Trail Loop.- Southern Oregon's Best Mountain Bike Trails
  • Gold Lake Trail.- Southern Oregon's Best Mountain Bike Trails
  • Little Grayback + Mule Mountain Loop.- Southern Oregon's Best Mountain Bike Trails
  • Little Grayback + Mule Mountain Loop.- Southern Oregon's Best Mountain Bike Trails
  • Little Grayback + Mule Mountain Loop.- Southern Oregon's Best Mountain Bike Trails
  • Waldo Lake Trail.- Southern Oregon's Best Mountain Bike Trails
  • Waldo Lake Trail.- Southern Oregon's Best Mountain Bike Trails
  • The Twins Loop.- Southern Oregon's Best Mountain Bike Trails
  • Olallie Trail with Mount Hood (11,249'), Mount Jefferson (10,495'), Three Fingered Jack (7,844') and Mount Washington (7,795') all visible.- Southern Oregon's Best Mountain Bike Trails
  • Olallie Trail.- Southern Oregon's Best Mountain Bike Trails
  • Southern Oregon's iconic Pacific madrone on the Cathedral Hills Trail System.- Southern Oregon's Best Mountain Bike Trails
  • Cathedral Hills Trail System.- Southern Oregon's Best Mountain Bike Trails
  • Cathedral Hills Trail System.- Southern Oregon's Best Mountain Bike Trails
  • Alpine Trail. - Southern Oregon's Best Mountain Bike Trails
  • Campsite on Lemelo Lake after a ride on the North Umpqua Trail.- Southern Oregon's Best Mountain Bike Trails
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While Moab is known for its iconic Navajo sandstone terrain and British Columbia is famed among thrill-seekers for its countless downhill parks, Oregon mountain biking is best known for its rollercoaster single track. And nowhere are these relatively gentle, beginner-friendly trails more bountiful than the southern half of the state, where places like Oakridge and the Siskiyou Mountains will make you wish you had added an extra week to to your mountain biking road trip or an extra day to your weekend of riding.

As part of an endless pursuit of the best trails, the Outdoor Project community is lucky to have Heron Marychild as our Oregon mountain biking ambassador! From classic and arduous rides like Moon Point that boasts over 3,000 feet of elevation gain and big descents to hidden yet stunning alpine lakes like Timpanogas, Indigo + June Lakes, you'll agree that these trails truly make up some of the best of Southern Oregon riding.

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