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Phil's

 29 votes

Length

7.7 Miles 12.4 Kilometers


Singletrack

Elevation

41' 13 m

Ascent

-1,103' -336 m

Descent

3%

Avg Grade (2°)

10%

Max Grade (6°)

4,949' 1,509 m

High

3,868' 1,179 m

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Where it all started in Bend. A model trail, good for every rider.

Katy Ryan

Overview

Note: Phil's has been designated as downhill-only from the junction with Kent's at mile marker 18.

Description

Phil's trail, the namesake of the entire system of trails in this area, is phenomenal. (Thank you Phil.) It is a gradual uphill, but definitely plenty of fun to come back down. In the canyon area, there are fun rocks, bumps, jumps - you can easily avoid them, but why?

The lower section is fun for every type of rider. It's a 'model' Bend trail.

The upper section of Phil's (beyond FR 300) is 'Difficult' and super fun.

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  4.3 from 29 votes

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Hagen Hammons
Raleigh, NC
Hagen Hammons   Raleigh, NC
Incredible trail system in the high desert, Ponderosa forest. You can seem to ride all day here, as the climbs up toward Bachelor never get too steep to wear you out. Aug 3, 2014
Speed speed speed and flow. Not many jumps or technical (on the bottom most-traveled section)... just speed speed! Jul 18, 2015

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