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Olallie Trail (USFS Trail #3529)

 4.3 (4)

10.9 Miles 17.5 Kilometers


Singletrack

3,072' 936 m

Ascent

-1,122' -342 m

Descent

7%

Avg Grade (4°)

37%

Max Grade (20°)

5,182' 1,579 m

High

2,569' 783 m

Low

Shared By Chris Bernhardt

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All Clear 48 days ago
Dry - Perfect History

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Narrow singletrack, steep climbs and descents, and an option to shuttle mean plenty of variety.

Chris Bernhardt

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Open late spring through fall. Verify the trail has been cleared before embarking on this endeavor.

Description

At times nearly primeval, this trail snakes through a variety of eco-zones that reveal unending shades of green, from dark to fluorescent. The climbing seems to go on forever but rewards with steep, narrow descents that see more animal traffic than knobby tires.

The trail can be ridden in a variety of ways:
1) As an out-and-back from the northern trailhead off Forest Service Road #1993.
2) As the start for the Olallie Ridge Epic.
3) Shuttled south-to-north. To access the highpoint of the trail take Forest Service Road #2638 to Forest Service Road #356 to the upper part of Forest Service Road #1993 at Horsepasture Mountain.

If you are interested in riding this trail as a shuttle, Horse Creek Lodge & Outfitters provides shuttles, and they rent and repair bikes. More information can be found on their website or by calling 541-822-3243.

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Wayne Hecker
Salmon, ID
Wayne Hecker   Salmon, ID
A great climb with an outrageous descent. Great views along the trail. A great Oregon backcountry ride. Did this ride as an out and back and it was definitely worth it. Great single track with various degrees of difficulty along the way. Jul 23, 2014

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