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Level: Intermediate
Length: 4 mi (6.4 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Loop
Elevation: +387/ -43 ft
Total: 192 riders

Mountain Biking Bluff Creek Trail

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#6 of 64 mountain bike trails in Oklahoma
#1,000 in the world

Short loop of singletrack. Winding trail with some roots and rock. Not much for hills, but there is steep, short climbing. Beginners can do most of it, I think. There are Creek crossings too. Well maintained. Do as many laps as you want.

First added by dauw on Jan 11, 2005. Last updated May 11, 2020. → add an update
Before you go
  • Drinking water: yes
  • Lift service: unknown
  • Night riding: yes
  • Pump track: unknown
  • Restrooms: yes
  • Fat bike grooming: unknown
  • E-bikes allowed: unknown
  • Fee required: unknown
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Getting there
Take Lake Hefner Parkway to West Hefner Rd in Oklahoma City. Go west on West Hefner Rd. From West Hefner Rd. and North Meridian Ave. intersection, go north on Meridian about 100 yards, turn west (left) into R.R. Murphy Park. Soon after the entrance is a parking area, and a marked trailhead.
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Mountain Bike Trails Near Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

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  • Pat V

    If you like a technical ride with several short steep ups and downs. This is the place for you. Oh, and there r roots everywhere. Soften that suspension.

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  • HoneyHam

    over used - not long enough

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    Not much to say but that it's a casual ride through some woods

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  • Casey Shepherd

    Good Trail and great location. Somewhere around intermediate to advanced. I almost always see deer when I'm out riding this one.

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  • Gcrabtree55

    Good fast single track, did three loops. Good workout

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  • cmanchester24   ✓ supporter

    Easy quick ride. Mostly smooth single track with the occasional obstacle, roots, and loose dirt.

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  • Likz2bikeOkc

    This is a great trail to teach the kids. 3.8 mile loop. If you keep your speed up you can clear just about everything. No real difficult climbs, lots of roots. Occasionally, a deer, duck, squirrel, and walkers with earbuds growing out of their head. Make noise when approaching blind turns. Be kind to others! The trails are great when dry, but terrible when wet. Stay off when wet. Enjoy, three jumps.

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  • Sean Bickford

    Nice well maintained trail. Some fun technical root sections and creek crossings. A few nice drops and switchbacks and a few tough climbs to keep it challenging. Not my favorite trail in OKC, but a fun ride. 4 miles.

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  • Matt Thien

    My family and I continue to enjoy this trail. We are a family of 4 (kids are 8 and 12) and it's a perfect combination of easy/moderate for all of our skill levels. Totally family friendly and it always seems to be in great shape!

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  • Robert Ferguson

    I've been riding this trail for a few years, and still love it! It's fun, well maintained, and in a great location for frequent riding.

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  • Jason Duncan

    Great little escape in the middle of Oklahoma City. Tight and twisty with some fun roots, drops and turns. Perfect for a couple of quick laps before dinner.

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  • John Hayward

    Fun trail. Be prepared to battle the root systems haha! Nice maintained trail and marked. A few bare creek crossings and some bridges. Some speed and lots of tight turns.

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  • tscook

    I love this trail! Has little bit of everything tight turns, roots, up and overs fast trail. Also good for beginners and still fun for everyone else. Wish this trail was longer.

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  • cody wharton

    Good track. Never very far from the parking lot in case something on the bike breaks. Some fun drops and good areas to get a lot of speed

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  • birry

    Great trail for singletrack riding. Its tame enough for beginners, but still fun for more experienced riders. Mostly hard packed dirt with lots of roots, some leaves, a handful of short bridges, and a couple small creek crossings.

    It can get busy on nice days at prime times (after work hours and weekends), but usually its not too bad even then.

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  • Sean McClintock

    The only way I can prove you wrong is by saying that Draper "flows" while Bluff is "choppy." I'm not sure I can fully explain that other than there are longer stretches of flowing sections at Draper. But I still like Bluff as a training trail since I'm a newbie.

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  • MTBCrash29   ✓ supporter

    Great trails for the beginners as well. Experienced riders will have fun with the fast paced trail, but the trail offers several miles of enjoyment for even the beginner trail rider. Just enough obstacles and switchbacks to have the newbie test their and develop some new skills.

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  • large mouth bass

    awesome I can teh do it in 22.05 min. very good and teh well maintained.

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  • awanderson

    I love this place! Well maintained. Fun ride. Trail is short - generally takes me around 40 minutes.

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  • ruinx

    Great trail. Well maintained, perfect for the person who wants to step up from the dirt roads.

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