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Great trail for beginners with access to Tall Timbers Park.

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6,665' 2,032 m


6,610' 2,015 m


63' 19 m


62' 19 m



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Max Grade (3°)

Dogs Leashed

E-Bikes Allowed

Family Friendly Access to Tall Timbers Park, which offers frisbee golf, basketball a playground for the kids, and other athletic endeavors.

Need to Know

Be aware of Forest Service land boundaries! This trail borders private property and Forest Service Admin access. Do not cross any fences or property boundaries. This area also borders Tall Timbers Park. Do not unnecessarily bike through the Frisbee Golf course. Be respectful and be aware that hikers, horseback traffic, and frisbee golfers all have the right of way.

Do not feed or approach wild animals. There are wild horses in the area and other wildlife. Always be aware of your surroundings when in the presence of wild animals, especially when taking photos.


Getting There
There are three parking lots in this area if you count the parking at Tall Timbers Park. The northern parking lot is the best parking option to access the trails. The northern parking area is .01 miles from the intersection of FR 50 and HWY 260. This parking lot is on the right side of the road if you are heading south on FR 50.

The southern lot is a great overflow parking option. The southern parking lot is 0.3 miles from the intersection of FR 50 and HWY 260. The southern parking lot is adjacent to a building managed by the US Forest Service. Be respectful of all no-trespassing signs.

The Trail
Most people ride Pasture Trail counter-clockwise. From the northern parking lot head northwest toward Tall Timbers Park. This section of trail is on the left side of Old HWY Rd which gives access to Tall Timbers Park. You'll come to a T. Continue to the left to stay on Pasture Trail. Going right will take you into Tall Timbers Park. Continue on the trail until you come to another T. Stay left again to continue on Pasture Trail. Going right will take you into the frisbee golf course. Pedal uphill at an easy grade. The fence on your right is private property and neighborhood access. Please respect all no trespassing signs.

You'll come to the intersection with Fence Line Trail . Go left to stay on Pasture Trail. After staying left you gain access to the best section of the trail. This downhill section is made of gently graded stairs. This is a great option for beginners gaining confidence on the trails, with plenty of options to ride around any features. At the bottom of the downhill section, you'll come to the intersection with Dog Walk Connector Trail. Continue straight to stay on Pasture Trail, or left on Dog Walk trail to access the nothern parking lot.

Continue straight until you come to FR50 and the southern parking lot. Go left on FR 50 and cross the cattle guard. Take an immediate right after the cattle guard to stay on Pasture Trail. Very quickly you'll come to your left turn. Make sure to stay left here. This section of trail borders the Forest Service Admin Zone. Do NOT continue straight and do NOT cross any fences or gates! After staying left you'll continue northeast. The fence will be on your right as well as the Heber Hotshot building. Be respectful! This is where our wildland firefighters work. Take a left at Old HWY Road. The trail will continue alongside Old HWY Rd until you get back to the northern parking lot.


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Jeremy Wicker

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