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A short section with one steep climb.


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5.3

Miles

8.6

KM

Singletrack

1,823' 556 m

High

1,567' 478 m

Low

290' 88 m

Up

512' 156 m

Down

3%

Avg Grade (2°)

18%

Max Grade (10°)

Dogs Off-leash

E-Bikes Unknown

Need to Know

The trail follows the highway for a very short section to access the bridge crossing the North Umpqua River. Cross the bridge, don't go the wrong direction.

Description

The section starting at the Soda Spring trailhead consists of a mildly maintained forest gravel road. This eventually transitions to a closed road that is used for fire management and was water barred following the 2017 fires. Finally, the section transitions to singletrack that travels through terrain that was burned during the 2017 fires. Expect one very steep climb in either direction.

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Aaron Roe

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#782

in Oregon

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The Umpqua National Forest is full of interesting trees
Mar 9, 2013 near Glide, OR
Riding the Nut! April 2015.
Sep 9, 2015 near Glide, OR

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Oct 18, 2020
Lion Waxman
Over a dozen spots with downed trees and blockages, from single trees, to 20 ft wide brush pocket, to a major 60 ft wide creek blowout. WORK needed.
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