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Level: Intermediate
Length: 10 mi (16.1 km)
Surface: Other
Configuration: Network
Elevation: +846/827 ft
Total: 27 riders

Mountain Biking Cape Mountain Trail System

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#8 of 298 mountain bike trails in Oregon
#251 in the world

Horse, Mountain Bike, Hike, Trail Run

Before you go
  • No Drinking water 
  • No E-bikes permitted 
  • No Fat biking allowed in winter 
  • No Fee required 
  • No Lift service 
  • No Night riding allowed 
  • No Pump track 
  • No Restrooms 
Getting there
5 miles North of Florence, OR
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Mountain Bike Trails Near Florence, Oregon

Beginner | 6 mi

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  • ptopdjian

    Really awesome trail network! Unless you've got legs of steel, expect to walk up some of the uphills to gives your legs a break. Totally worth the scenery and the downhills! We had the trails all to ourselves.

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  • Isais Lawrence

    These trails we're amazing. Fun as hell down hills, painful climbs, amazing nature. Just wow. It is mapped very well, has maps at the end of most trails. Can get slippery, being in Oregon and rain. Switch backs and awesome river crossings. Frekin lit. Definitely try this place out. Oh, I did these trails on a hardtail. It get bumpy, full suspension would be alot more smooth. But my bike took it all.

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  • Brennan Morrow

    One of my all time favorite trails!
    Oregon Coast trail with lots of elevation. Fast swoopy downhills with little hops. Other areas are switch backs that are just perfect to swing the rear wheel around; Just perfectly wide enough. The climbs will make you cry. Soil is mostly clay like, and well packed because its a horse trail system also. A few Creek crossings, long fast valley downhills, big beautiful meadows... Its all here. Trails are best when dryer, but thats rare on the coast.

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  • trikeflyer

    This is a fantastic trial system well marked at every junction and open to mountain bikes. loops connect allowing a extended ride or shorter for a easier day incredibly beautiful old growth Forrest. You pretty much start at the top, after a short climb wow!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  • trikeflyer

    Fantastict trail marked with maps at every junction flowy with climbing switchbacks great downhill too huge trees wow !!!

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  • Clover

    This would be a great bike trail, if it was allowed. It is marked for hiking and horses only. It's actually called the Cape Mountain Horse trails,

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