Flagline

 10 votes

12.1 Miles 19.5 Kilometers

90%

Singletrack

1,340' 408 m

Ascent

-1,336' -407 m

Descent

6,960' 2,122 m

High

6,108' 1,862 m

Low

4%

Avg Grade (2°)

17%

Max Grade (9°)

Unknown

6,960' 2,122 m

High

6,108' 1,862 m

Low

4%

Avg Grade (2°)

17%

Max Grade (9°)

A great loop featuring the Flagline trail with a sweet descent and plenty of challenging features

Katy Ryan
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Generally closed until ~ Aug 15 every year for elk calving grounds.
This is certainly a gem of a ride.

The Flagline trail can be accessed via Dutchman Sno-Park.

Need To Know

The Swampy Lakes trails can easily extend this loop. As well, your ride could end at Swampy Lakes Sno-ParkTrailhead if you set up a a shuttle.

Description

Accessing Flagline from Dutchman (as described here) makes for a much shorter ride (v. access from Tumalo or Skyliner trailheads). The ride begins with incredible views of Broken Top and the Cascade mountains. It then heads East into a forested uphill section, officially the Flagline trail. After the uphill grind (and it is), you are rewarded with all the sweet and challenging features ever imagined. Keep your focus, and your hands on your bike at all times. Now just go!

The first intersection you reach will be the Flagline Tie, which will eventually lead you back to Dutchman. The fun continues on the Flagline Tie, though much easier than Flagline proper. Soon you encounter another intersection, that leads you back to Dutchman, where it all began. You didn't think you could have all that fun downhill without a little uphill return? (I suppose you could have a car parked at Swampy trailhead, then shuttle.)

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Kyle Swenson
OR road trip w/ Natalie Delete
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Solo with Xena Delete
Oct 24, 2015
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Paul Cothenet
Oct 22, 2013
Heidi Hansel-Pauly
3-12 inches of snow, starting about one mile uphill from flagline tie. Delete
Sep 22, 2012
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