Mrazek

 14 votes

13.9 Miles 22.3 Kilometers


Singletrack

327' 100 m

Ascent

-2,364' -720 m

Descent

6,253' 1,906 m

High

4,034' 1,230 m

Low

4%

Avg Grade (2°)

14%

Max Grade (8°)

All Clear

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Great tour of what Bend biking is all about.

Katy Ryan

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The full Mrazek ride is nirvana. Long, beautiful cross-country trail in the Tumalo Creek drainage. It has a little taste of everything: logs, ramps, roots, bridges, ridges, pines, views, and plenty of trail.

Two-thirds of the way down Mrazek, there is a Black Diamond option that splits from the main trail and will meet back up in ~1 mile. It is a bobsled blast. Also, at the very end of the trail, descending to Tumalo Creek/Shevlin Park, there is a non-optional Black Diamond section of trail. It is a rocky technical section with switchbacks, but boy is it fun.

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Jul 2, 2017
Joel Wilson
Jun 6, 2017
Tim Barber
went about halfway up. with Eric H. 14.1mi
Jun 3, 2017
Jim Jensen
7mi
Jun 1, 2017
Jim Jensen
Trail had snow coverage at about the 7.5 mile mark from Brooks Scanlon and a few trees covering the trail. Up until that point it was great. 16mi — 2h 20m
Nov 18, 2016
Jim Jensen
Oct 25, 2016
Heather Sauerland
Oct 8, 2016
Dan Beel
Awesome downhill single-track that feels like it'll never end! Take the black diamond option near the bottom--not super technical, but super swoopy! 14.1mi
Oct 8, 2016
Marc Ellis

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  4.6 from 14 votes

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