“Post Canyon's signature, machine-built, flow and jump trail.”
— Eric Ashley
The Post Canyon Recreation Area is a multi-use trail network formed of Hood River County property and a patchwork of State Park, USDA Forest Service, and private land. The area is also an ongoing tree farm operation, so be aware of potential closures. Expect traffic in both directions and yield to hikers and equestrian riders.
Built as a memoriam to HRATS president Matt Klee who passed away in 2014, Kleeway is a machine built flow/jump trail designed to alleviate traffic conflicts in the Seven Streams Area while delivering the fun.
Kleeway begins with a short climb or push to the start of the descent — there's even a start ramp if you want the extra boost. From there, the trail stretches out into the distance as it winds around the clearcut slope.
Kleeway has been designed for multiple riding abilities, but many of the jumps require plenty of speed and boosting to clear. The more advanced jumps are quite long and will require commitment for most riders to achieve.
The trail winds down in a large sweeping berm before feeding out to the Seven Streams Staging Area. Head to the right for an easy pedal up the Seven Streams
trail to repeat again and again.