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Tyler's Traverse - Downhill

 4.7 (21)

6.9 Miles 11.0 Kilometers


Singletrack

145' 44 m

Ascent

-1,554' -474 m

Descent

5%

Avg Grade (3°)

13%

Max Grade (7°)

5,573' 1,699 m

High

4,111' 1,253 m

Low

Shared By Nate Hurley

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Minor Issues 52 days ago
Dry: one section is pretty torn up from recent work History

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Updated Tyler's Downhill Route.

Nate Hurley

Dogs Unknown

Features -none-

Downhill traffic only!

Description

This is the updated Tyler's Downhill ONLY Section. There's a separate trail alongside this one for uphill travel.

A fantastic new addition to the Wanoga Trails. It takes some work to get to the start either from Edison Sno-Park (Dinah Moe Humm/Kiwa Butte Trail) or from Wanoga Sno-Park (Tiddlywinks).

However, this new flow trail is well worth the effort to get there. It has some climbing, an a lot of downhill - you'll still get tired. You can shuttle this trail - park on Conklin Rd (Rd 41) and another car at Edison or Wanoga. Alternatively, you can make it into a loop, connecting to Deschutes River Trail (ride to town).

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Oct 19, 2018
Len Pipes
Oct 7, 2018
Alison Sorenson
Jul 4, 2018
David Mudie
Jul 1, 2018
James Thomas
Dry. Loved the effort up and the reward down
Aug 23, 2017
Climb To Safety
Aug 18, 2017
Len Pipes
Aug 10, 2017
Will Beaubien
Aug 1, 2017
Steve Trefethen

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  4.7 from 21 votes

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Len Pipes
Beaverton, OR
Len Pipes   Beaverton, OR
Once you hit the true downhill section, this trail is awesome... lots of rollers and jumps with a nice downhill flow! Jul 10, 2015

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