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black Eula Ridge Trail #3463

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Trail

3.8 mile 6.1 kilometer point to point
Singletrack
Difficult

Elevation

Ascent: 56' 17 m
Descent: -2,963' -903 m
High: 3,919' 1,194 m
Low: 1,011' 308 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 15% (9°)
Max Grade: 41% (23°)

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A fun trail with a steep top section and a super-fun, flowing bottom section.

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Description

Pedal or shuttle up the forest service roads, same as if you were doing Hardesty Trail #3469. There's a short singletrack climb to the top (tough if you already pedaled up).

About 0.5 miles from the top, take a hard right instead of continuing on Hardesty Trail #3469. The top half gets kind of steep, with some loose rocks and small drops for good measure. After that, let go of those brakes! The bottom half flows nicely with some tighter switchbacks mixed in. The trail ends at the South Willamette Trail.

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May 5, 2018
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  4.9 from 7 votes

#622

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#20

in Oregon

#622

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Sooz Ann
Eugene, OR
Sooz Ann   Eugene, OR
Hiked down Eula starting from the Hardesty junction on April 27, 2019. The trail is still absolutely destroyed from the winter storm in Feb 2019. There are many large downed trees, huge snags and tons (literally) of storm debris across the trail. We spent hours scrambling through all of that and trying to find the path, which is heavily obscured into multiple places. There is no signage at the Hardesty or Eula Ride trailheads indicating this trail is still not cleared. This trail should not be open to the public for any purpose until significant work is done to clear it. Apr 28, 2019

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