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blue Maston West

Trail

4.7 mile 7.5 kilometer point to point
Singletrack
Intermediate

Elevation

Ascent: 162' 49 m
Descent: -97' -30 m
High: 3,216' 980 m
Low: 3,103' 946 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 1% (1°)
Max Grade: 11% (6°)

Dogs

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Trail shared by Katy Ryan

Fast and smooth, this trail has views of Cline Butte and the Sisters all in one shot.

Katy Ryan

E-Bikes Unknown

Features -none-

No restrictions on this segment, but watch for the seasonal closures on the adjoining Rim Trail segment.

Description

There are many names for this trail, but it's the trail on the West side of the Maston group of trails. Maston is known for its wonderful winter riding; in the heat of the summer, watch out!

This one has rolling and relatively flat terrain that is just fun. There are a few rocky sections, but easy to walk around if you prefer. You can also enjoy great views of the Cascade Range out to the west.

There are no trail markers yet, though the trail is well established, and the new parking area on the South side is impossible to miss - it's huge. There's a restroom and several picnic tables at the trailhead.

The Juniper Trailhead to the north is an optional starting/ending point for this ride.

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Jul 1, 2018
Charles Edington
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#5

in Redmond

#13644

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#5

in Redmond

#372

in Oregon

#13,644

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